December 7, 2022

Ian's strength in the face of a hurricane, dumps rain in central Florida

Ian’s strength in the face of a hurricane, dumps rain in central Florida

WATCH Live WATCH 2 Coverage above The threat of life-threatening inundation from storm surge continues in Central Florida as Hurricane Ian targets the Carolinas and Georgia as a Category 1 storm. As of 11 p.m., Ian was moving toward the northeast at about 10 mph with winds Maximum 80 mph, it remained a Category 1 storm. The storm is located about 185 miles south of Charleston, South Carolina and about 265 miles south-southwest of Cape Fear, North Carolina. Tropical Storm Ian was upgraded to a hurricane, according to advisories from the National Hurricane Center at 5 p.m. Central Florida saw massive amounts of rain. Ian reached beach Wednesday afternoon near Cayo Costa, Florida, with 150 mph winds and began a punishing walk northeast. across the state. “A turn north is expected early Friday, followed by a turn northwest as forward speed increases Friday night. On the forecast track, Ian will approach the South Carolina coast on Friday,” the National Hurricane Center said. “The center will move further inland across the Carolinas on Friday and Saturday nights.” Orange, Brevard, Volusia, Seminole, Lake, Osceola, Indian River Storm Warning still in effect for Flagler/Volusia Lane Ian dropped heavy rain in Central Florida. total in the area. During a Thursday morning news conference, Governor Ron DeSantis noted that Central Florida is experiencing a “500-year flood event.” As for reports of hundreds of deaths in Lee County, DeSantis said, “None of that has been confirmed.” It is only an estimate. He said he is based on emergency calls from people who say the water is rising in their homes. One death has been confirmed in Central Florida. Helicopter 2 was over the Orlando area where we saw the flood earthquake in the area. As of 10:45 p.m., there were approximately 2.2 million people without electricity in Florida. Being Alive After a Tree Falls on the House During IanWild’s Video That Shows a Hurricane Hunter’s Harsh Journey to Ian

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The threat of life-threatening flooding from storm surge continues in Central Florida as Hurricane Ian targets the Carolinas and Georgia as a Category 1 storm.

As of 11 p.m., Ian was moving northeast at about 10 mph with maximum winds of 80 mph, and a Category 1 storm remained. The storm is located about 185 miles south of Charleston, South Carolina and about 265 miles south-southwest of Cape Fear, North Carolina.

Tropical Storm Ian was upgraded to a hurricane, according to advisories from the National Hurricane Center at 5 p.m. Central Florida saw massive amounts of rain.

Ian hit beach Wednesday afternoon near Cayo Costa, Florida, with 150 mph winds and began a punishing walk northeast across the state.

“A turn north is expected early Friday, followed by a turn northwest as forward speed increases Friday night. On the forecast track, Ian will approach the South Carolina coast on Friday,” the National Hurricane Center said. “The center will move inland far across the Carolinas on Friday and Saturday nights.”

Active watches and warnings:

Lake Flood Warning, Osceola, Seminole, Volusia
Tropical Storm Watch valid in County Flagler

A flood warning has been posted for Orange, Brevard, Volusia, Seminole, Lake, Osceola, Indian River

The storm surge warning remains in effect for the Flagler/Volusia Line

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Ian dropped a torrential rain in central Florida. 15 to 20 inches of rain fell in Volusia County, which saw the most rain in the area.

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During a Thursday morning press conference, Governor Ron DeSantis noted this Central Florida is experiencing a “500-year flood event”.

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Regarding reports of hundreds of deaths in Lee County, DeSantis said “none of that has been confirmed” and is only an estimate. He said it is based on emergency calls from people who say the water is rising in their homes.

One death has been confirmed in central Florida. Helicopter 2 was over the Orlando area so we saw massive flooding in the area.

As of 10:45 p.m., there were approximately 2.2 million people without electricity in Florida.

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