Six people have died from Hurricane Zeta.
The storm made landfall in Cocodrie, Louisiana, about 85 miles southwest of New Orleans, Louisiana.
Zeta caused widespread power outages. At the height of the storm 2.6 million people were without power across seven states. Several people are still without power.
The storm caused widespread flooding, wind damage included downed trees, roofs were ripped off home. Surging seawater sent boats and debris inland.
Low pressure interacting with Zeta will bring widespread heavy rainfall, areas of flooding, and gusty winds from the Ohio Valley to the East Coast today.