While the exact path of Eta is unknown, a large swath of Florida is well within the storm’s current cone of uncertainty, including most of Central Florida. As of now, Eta is forecast to approach the southwestern coast of Florida this Sunday.
According to the National Hurricane Center’s 7 a.m. EST update, Tropical Storm Eta made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane in Nicaragua yesterday, reaching a maximum wind strength of 150 mph, and is now expected to weaken to a Tropical Depression before zigzagging north to the Caribbean Sea.

Eta is now the 12th hurricane and the 28th named storm of the year, which ties the 2005 season record for 28 named storm