Tom Brady and Family Feel the Wrath from Hurricane Eta.

tropical store Eta

Tropical Storm Eta swept through Florida Thursday ripping roofs apart while also causing flooding and power outages on the state’s west coast.

Tom Brady and his family got a taste of tropical storm Eta as it hit Florida.


Eta wreaked havoc on the Tampa area where the NFL quarterback and his family have living since signing a contract to play for the Buccaneers.

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In an interview, Brady told the media Thursday afternoon that “The hurricane, that was a trip storm was a “trip.”

He added, “I had a dock and it broke, floated away. I had these jet skis on, I saw those things sitting in the middle of the bay and I was going, ‘Wow, that’s pretty surreal’ and I was kinda laughing. ‘Well, you’ll get the jet skis back.'”

“A lot of people are dealing with a lot worst than that, but just waking up and seeing kinda what happened to the yard, it got pretty messed up. Be really nervous if a big one hit!” Continued here

Hurricane Eta

Eta update: As of 11:00 p.m. EST (03:00 UTC November 13) November 12, Tropical Storm Eta is within 30 nautical miles of 32.3°N 79.0°W, about 65 mi (100 km) east-southeast of Charleston, South Carolina. Maximum sustained winds are 40 knots (45 mph; 75 km/h), with gusts to 50 knots (60 mph; 95 km/h). Tropical-storm force winds extend up to 115 mi (185 km). The minimum barometric pressure is 1004 mbar (29.65 inHg), and the system is currently moving northeast at 15 knots (17 mph; 28 km/h).

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