If you have plans to visit Walt Disney World later this week into the weekend, you’ll want to keep a close eye on the weather as Eta has re-intensified into a hurricane and forecasted for Thursday landfall in Florida.
As shared by the OrlandoSentinel:
Eta has once again become a hurricane offshore as it skims by Florida’s Gulf coast Wednesday morning. While the storm isn’t forecast make landfall on Florida before Thursday afternoon tropical-storm-force winds and heavy squalls are already bombarding the Sunshine State’s southwest coast pushing a life-threatening storm surge up the west side of the peninsula.
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The latest track has Eta shifting further east and cutting through the upper Central Florida area. Eta sped up Wednesday morning north-northeast at 10 mph after being stationary earlier Tuesday. Eta was forecast to re-intensify to a hurricane Wednesday, but is expected to lose strength before making landfall Thursday afternoon.
Stay safe Florida residents and Disney travelers!