Zeta made landfall late Wednesday as a strong Category 2 hurricane with peak winds of 110 mph on the southeast Louisiana coast. Zeta is the eleventh tropical system to make landfall in the US this year and amazingly the fifth to hit Louisiana.
Cold temperatures and snowfall have been impacting much of the upper Midwest, Great Plains, and Rocky Mountains for the past few days. Early this week, snowfall is expected to fall as far south as Texas and it's only October 25th.
The western wildfires have caused great impact to the western region of the United States bringing poor air quality due to the smoke being on the ground. But in our area the effects aren’t on the ground, they’re up in the sky!