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Ian Will Continue To Bring Flash Flooding, Storm Surge & Strong Winds To Much Of South Carolina & Much Of North Carolina As It Makes Landfall This Afternoon

Hurricane Ian: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 32.4 North Latitude, 79.0 West Longitude or about 60 miles to the east-southeast of Charleston, South Carolina. Maximum Winds: 85 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 980 Millibars or 28.94 Inches. Forward Movement: more »

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Ian Is Expected To Produce Flooding, Storm Surge & Hurricane Force Winds To Coastal Georgia, Coastal South Carolina & Coastal Southeastern North Carolina Later Today Through Friday

Tropical Storm Ian: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 28.7 North Latitude, 80.4 West Longitude or about 25 miles to the north-northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida & about 285 miles to the south of Charleston, South Carolina. Maximum Winds: more »

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2 pm Update On Major Hurricane Ian

Radar imagery and weather reports indicates that the eyewall of Ian is now onshore in the area that stretches from Venice southward to Cape Coral. In fact, the eastern part of the eye is now very near Cape Coral and more »

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Nearly Category 5 Hurricane Ian Will Cause Catastrophic Damage To Southwest Florida When It Makes Landfall This Afternoon

Major Hurricane Ian: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 26.3 North Latitude, 82.5 West Longitude or about 50 miles to the south-southwest of Punta Gorda, Florida. Maximum Winds: 155 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 937 Millibars or 27.67 Inches. Forward more »

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Tuesday Evening Update On Major Hurricane Ian

Major Hurricane Ian: 7 pm EDT/6 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 24.3 North Latitude, 83.1 West Longitude or about 200 miles to the south-southwest of Punta Gorda, Florida. Maximum Winds: 120 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 947 Millibars or 27.96 Inches. Forward more »

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Ian Is Now Moving Into The Southeastern Gulf Of Mexico As A Major Hurricane; Ian Is Expected To Be A Major Hurricane When It Comes Ashore Between Tampa & Naples Wednesday Night

Major Hurricane Ian: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 23.0 North Latitude, 83.5 West Longitude or about 305 miles to the south-southwest of Sarasota, Florida. Maximum Winds: 115 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 963 Millibars or 28.44 Inches. Forward Movement: more »

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Monday Evening Update On Quickly Strengthening Hurricane Ian

Wanted to share some information that I’ve garnered while reviewing the latest data this afternoon. First things first – I AM SOUNDING THE ALARM for all of you along the West Coast of Florida. This includes Cedar Key, Crystal River, more »

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Ian Has Become A Hurricane With Rapid Strengthening Expected Through Tuesday; Ian Is Expected To Be A Major Hurricane When It Rakes The Entire West Coast Of Florida Wednesday Through Thursday

Hurricane Ian: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 19.1 North Latitude, 82.7 West Longitude or about 240 miles to the southeast of the Western Tip Of Cuba. Maximum Winds: 80 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 980 Millibars or 28.94 Inches. more »

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Sunday Evening Update On Tropical Storm Ian

Even though my overall forecast of Ian has not changed at all, I do have some items I’ve noticed while reviewing the data this afternoon. It seems that some dry air infiltrated Ian throughout the day today. This has led more »

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Ian Is Expected To Begin To Rapidly Strengthen By Tonight & Monday; Ian Is Expected To Be A Major Hurricane When It Heads For A Landfall Somewhere Near Cedar Key, Florida On Thursday

Tropical Storm Ian: 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Statistics: Location: 15.2 North Latitude, 79.8 West Longitude or about 300 miles to the south-southeast of Grand Cayman. Maximum Winds: 50 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 1001 Millibars or 29.56 Inches. Forward Movement: more »

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