MIAMI (CBSMiami) –The center of Tropical Storm Eta is expected to pass just offshore of the coast of the Carolinas through Friday morning.

With the 4 p.m. Thursday advisory, Eta was about 90 miles south-southwest of Charleson, South Carolina.

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Eta’s maximum sustained winds were 35 mph and was moving north northeast at 18 mph.

Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 115 miles from the center.

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Eta could re-intensify as a non-tropical cyclone late Friday Friday night before becoming absorbed by a larger non-tropical cyclone on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Theta is out in the Eastern Atlantic and will continue to move East. It is not a threat to the U.S.

A tropical wave located over the central Caribbean Sea continues to produce a large area of showers and thunderstorms.

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The disturbance is gradually becoming better organized, and a tropical depression will likely form within the next couple of days as it moves slowly westward over the central and western Caribbean Sea. This system is expected to bring heavy rainfall along with possible flash flooding to portions of Hispaniola over the next day or so.