Who was affected by Zeta?
The worst damage from Zeta in the state was in the coastal counties of Hancock, Harrison and Jackson, which were affected by sustained hurricane-force winds. Many snapped trees, downed power lines and power poles were reported across those counties, and up to 10,000 homes were damaged from the wind or flying debris.
Where did Zeta make landfall?
Zeta made landfall southeastern Louisiana on Oct. 28, 2020. According to the hurricane center Zeta caused five direct deaths (one in Alabama) and $4.4 billion in damage in the U.S. Zeta also is the latest major hurricane to hit the continental U.S.
Has Hurricane Zeta killed anyone?
Oct. 30, 2020, at 2:14 a.m. (Reuters) – At least six people were killed in the southeast of the United States and more than two million people were without power on Thursday after Hurricane Zeta slammed into the Gulf Coast and moved northeast.
What did Zeta hit as?
Zeta was a Category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 110 mph — one mile-an-hour shy of a Category 3 on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale — when it made landfall near Cocodrie, southwest of New Orleans, Wednesday afternoon.
Was Zeta a Cat 2 or 3?
Hurricane Zeta was a Cat 3 storm — not a Cat 2 — when it hit New Orleans, new NHC report says | Environment | nola.com. Hurricane Zeta is shown Oct. 28 at 3:09 p.m. as it reached Category 3 strength, with winds of 115 mph, while making landfall near Cocodrie on the Louisiana coast.