Alertes de sécurité

À noter, les alertes ne sont disponibles qu'en anglais
28 oct. 2020 | 06h30 UTC

US: Tropical Storm Zeta to make landfall as Category 1 Hurricane in Louisiana October 28 /update 1

United States of America Alerte de sécurité

Tropical Storm Zeta to make landfall as a Category 1 Hurricane in southeastern Louisiana on October 28; strong winds, heavy rainfall, and storm surge expected

TIMEFRAME expected from 28/10/2020, 12h00 until 31/10/2020, 11h59 (America/Chicago). COUNTRY/REGION Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana

Read all related news alert(s):


Tropical Storm Zeta is forecast to make landfall as a Category 1 Hurricane in the vicinity of Grand Ilse in southeastern Louisiana during the afternoon of Wednesday, October 28. According to the latest update from the National Hurricane Center (NHC) at 22:00 (CDT) on Tuesday, October 27, Zeta was located 695km (435mi) south of New Orleans (Louisiana) and was sustaining winds of up to 110kph (70mph) after. Although it weakened into a tropical storm after passing over the Yucatán Peninsula (Mexico), Zeta is expected to strengthen back into a hurricane.  Zeta is expected to bring flash flooding as a result of rainfalls reaching up to 102mm (4in) in addition to damaging winds and a storm surge reaching 1.5m (5ft) in some areas.

The NHC has issued the following watches and warnings ahead of Zeta's approach:

Associated disruptions to transport, business, and utilities are possible over the coming days as the storm system passes.


The Atlantic hurricane season runs from late May through to the end of November, with activity typically peaking in late August and early September. Numerous tropical storms form in the Atlantic Ocean during this period, with most affecting the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico, and the east coast of the United States. Although communities in the region are generally well prepared for adverse weather conditions during the hurricane season, severe storms bring a significant risk of flooding and infrastructural damage.

Organized tropical activity tends to peak in August and September. Storms tend to flood sections of highways and cause dirt-based roads to become temporarily impassable. More organized systems, depending on intensity, can prove catastrophic in terms of tidal surge, wind damage, flooding, and mudslides.


Those in the affected areas are advised to monitor local weather reports, avoid areas directly affected by flooding, confirm road conditions before setting out, and adhere to instructions issued by local authorities.


Copyright and Disclaimer
GardaWorld is the owner or licensee of all intellectual property rights in the material presented on this website. All such rights are reserved. The use of this website and its material is subject to the Terms of Use and accordingly you must not use any content from this website for commercial or other analogous purposes without our consent, including but not limited to any deep-linking or framing in order to copy, distribute, display or monitor any portion of the website. If you have any questions or are interested in distributing any content from this website, Contact us for more details.

Alertes reliées