Mississippi counts nearly $90 million in Zeta damages. Will Coast get FEMA funds? Mary Perez, Biloxi Sun-Herald · November 25, 2020 at 11:35 am Mississippi has documented tens of millions of dollars in damage from Hurricane Zeta, state Emergency Management Agency Director Greg Michel said Tuesday at Gov. Tate Reeves’ press conference. The hurricane came ashore Oct. 28, bringing 100 mph winds and 7-9 feet of storm surge. There has been $10 million in damage to individual homes documented and $79 million in damage to public infrastructure, Michel said. The state is applying to FEMA for both individual and public assistance, as well as business assistance through the Small Business Administration.