FIRST ALERT: A big drop in temperatures and humidity levels from west to east Thursday

October 29, 2020 at 12:07 PM

Jill Gilardi

Meteorologist

Jill Gilardi

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - Zeta continues to cause damage and is now located in west Virginia. Winds are still tropical storm strength at 50 mph and will go back up to 60 mph once it tracks over the Atlantic Ocean and away from the Northeast. Many of us have trees or limbs down and or dealing with power outages, but at least the weather will cooperate for those cleaning up after Zeta. Temperatures are falling from west to east and the muggy air is moving in the same direction too.

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