According to the latest data, the storm is located on the border of Virginia and North Carolina.
Tropical storm Zeta carried strong winds and heavy rains from the Gulf coast through the Mid-Atlantic States, resulting in six people’s death and destruction.
According to the latest report from the National hurricane center, Zeta is located on the border of Virginia and North Carolina and moves rapidly to the northeast with winds of 85 km/h.
A powerful category two hurricane made landfall on the Gulf coast in Louisiana and almost directly struck the city of New Orleans.
The storm was felt further East in Atlanta, Georgia. At that time, Zeta has classified as a strong category two hurricanes with a maximum sustained wind speed of about 175 km/h.