Nov. 8 (UPI) — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency as Tropical Storm Eta heads nearer to South Florida after making landfall Saturday evening in Cuba.

DeSantis issued the order Saturday for the next counties: Broward, Collier, Hendry, Lee, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Palm Seaside.

The Nationwide Hurricane Heart says Eta is forecast to go close to or over the Florida Keys on Sunday evening and early Monday. Then Eta will transfer over southeastern Gulf of Mexico late Monday and Tuesday.

The Nationwide Climate Service Miami workplace predicted that Homestead to Fort Lauderdale may see 10 to 15 inches of rain by Wednesday, the Miami Herald reported.

A flood warning is in impact for parts of coastal/metro Broward, northern Miami-Dade and southern Palm Seaside counties, in response to the Nationwide Climate Service in Miami.

A tropical storm’s most sustained winds are at the very least 39 miles per hour. A hurricane is at the very least 74 mph.

In South Florida, a Hurricane Watch is in impact from the Florida Keys from Ocean Reef to the Dry Tortugas, together with Florida Bay, and the Florida coast from Deerfield Seaside to Bonita Seaside.

A Tropical Storm Warning is in impact for the Florida coast from Brevard/Volusia County line to Englewood, together with Florida Bay; Florida Keys from Ocean Reef to the Dry Tortugas and Lake Okeechobee

A Tropical Storm Watch is in impact for Florida coast from north of Englewood to Anna Maria Island.

In its 7 a.m. advisory, the Nationwide Hurricane Heart stated Eta was about 280 miles south-southeast of Miami with most sustained winds of 60 mph. Eta was transferring north-northeast at 12 mph.

The middle says re-strengthening is forecast after the storm strikes over the Atlantic Ocean, and Eta is forecast to be close to hurricane energy when it strikes close to or over the Florida Keys.

The middle says Eta is anticipated “to provide harmful storm surge, flash floods and robust winds” over the Keys.

The Monroe County College District canceled college for Monday. Different public faculties had not decided but.

Additionally, Miami Dade School introduced all courses, on-line and in-person, and school operations will likely be closed on Sunday and Monday in an abundance of warning.

Monroe County introduced evacuation orders for occupants of cell properties and live-aboard vessels.

Airports in Monroe will proceed regular operations by Sunday.

Florida Energy and Mild was warning its clients about outages.

“Whereas uncertainty stays within the forecast, we expect widespread outages in elements of our service space,” FPL wrote on its web site. “We’re restoring outages as they happen. Please finalize your preparations and keep secure.”

On Saturday evening, the Coast Guard set port situation Zulu for port of Key West, Miami, Everglades, Palm Seaside and Fort Pierce, which means no vessels could enter to transit inside these ports with out permissions of the captain of the port.