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Last Map Update: Tue, Oct. 27, 2020 at 7:04:25 am CDT

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Zeta continues to pick up in forward speed to the northwest and will move across the Yucatan Peninsula over the next several hours. Zeta will emerge into the Gulf late this morning with an eventual turn towards the north and northeast on Wednesday as a hurricane. Impacts from Zeta remains likely across portions of southeastern Louisiana and southern Mississippi primarily Wednesday into Wednesday night. If the current forecast holds, moderate to major impacts will be experienced across portions of SE LA and S MS. Heavy rainfall, storm surge, strong to potentially damaging winds, and a few tornadoes could be possible with Zeta. Make sure you have a reliable plan in place BEFORE Wednesday.
Do you know which NWS forecast office serves your area? If you live in southeastern Louisiana, southwestern and coastal Mississippi be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook @NWSNewOrleans. Adjacent offices to our west include NWS Lake Charles. To our north, NWS Jackson, Mississippi and to our east NWS Mobile. Follow the office that serves your area where for frequent updates on Hurricane Zeta!
With Hurricane Zeta forecast to approach the area by the middle of this week, NOW is the time to make sure you have a reliable plan in place BEFORE WEDNESDAY. Use this checklist to double check any items that you may need, or tasks you should do before the approach of the storm.


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