Tropical Storm Eta has changed direction and increased wind speeds and widespread wind damage possible to Hurricane Eta heading directly from the Gulf of Mexico to the Central West Coast of Florida. This storm damage is expected to head in from Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, which includes Tampa, and Clearwater inland the rest of Central Florida. Wind damage, Roof Damage, Wind Borne Debris Damage, Falling Object Damage, Water Damage, Broken Window Damage, and more will affect many homes in Central Florida from Polk County to Volusia County. Polk County and Lake County have extreme weather watch warning already. Governor DeSantis has already called the State of Emergency in most of the Counties in Florida.