CBS2's John Elliott has your weather forecast for September 17 at 11 p.m.
- Miami Herald
A pair of disturbances are in the Atlantic, and one has a high chance of turning into a tropical depression soon.
The death toll rose and rescue and recovery operations were still underway over the weekend several days after Hurricane Ian left a path of devastation across Florida. Officials said that about 4,000 people had been rescued in the days since the storm left its vicious mark, and hundreds were still being rescued from hardest-hit areas in southwestern Florida on Saturday. The southwest coast of Florida took the brunt of the storm surge when Ian made landfall on Wednesday, Sept. 28. Barriers island
- Southern Living
The 138-year-old landmark managed to survive Hurricane Ian’s winds and surge.
- Naples Daily News
A look at the damage in Naples shows the extent of Hurricane Ian's wrath citywide.
- Naples Daily News
Hurricane Ian caused the collapse of the last four Cape Romano dome homes.
Florida officials are defending the timing of evacuation orders issued ahead of Hurricane Ian.
- Palm Beach Daily News
Invest 91L, a tropical wave approaching the Caribbean, currently has a medium chance of becoming a tropical depression by the middle of the week.
- Bradenton Herald
Manatee County has some good news for beach lovers after Hurricane Ian.
- Miami Herald
Feeling increasingly isolated in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Fort Myers Beach residents and renters continued to exit their devastated island on foot Sunday, four days after a 10-foot storm surge driven by 150 mph winds inundated Southwest Florida’s coastal communities.
- Out Traveler
The rapidly intensifying Hurricane Orlene is projected to hit between the queer hotspot and Mazatlan.
- Business Insider
'We're running out of everything': Desperation and anger take hold in Hurricane Ian aftermath as people wait hours for gas and basic supplies
Floridians say they're waiting for hours in long lines hoping to secure enough fuel for cars and generators as Ian leaves many without power.
- Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.
The images of Hurricane Ian’s aftermath show evidence of Florida’s increasingly dense development — flattened beach communities, boats heaved into piles, mobile homes scattered like toys. But one of the most riveting early signs of the devastation came from a place with deep connections to a movement that has worked to keep bulldozers away from the state’s natural treasures. Before dawn on ...
- Associated Press
Residents in central Florida donned fishing waders, boots and bug spray and canoed or kayaked to their homes on streets where floodwaters continued rising Sunday despite it being four days since Hurricane Ian tore through the state. Ben Bertat found 4 inches (10 centimeters) of water in his house by Lake Harney off North Jungle Street in a rural part of Seminole County, north of Orlando, after kayaking to it Sunday morning. Only a day earlier, there had been no water.
- Delmarva Now | The Daily Times
Is Hurricane Ian over yet? Rain and wind moves into Maryland and Virginia overnight.
- USA TODAY
After Hurricane Ian hits Fort Myers, Black neighborhood residents say they aren’t counting on much help
Residents in Dunbar say they have grown accustomed to relying on themselves and looking out for each other.
- Florida Today
Merritt Island family says more needs to be done as flood waters still surround home like a moat
While Florida Was Getting Slammed By Hurricane Ian, A Frustrated Amazon Driver Was Out Delivering 172 Packages
Hurricane Ian swept through southwestern Florida last week, and while many were evacuating, boarding up their homes, or hunkering down as they prepared for the arrival of a category 4 hurricane, one Amazon worker was forced to deliver pac
"I was literally terrified," Dominic Cameratta's daughter Ella tells PEOPLE of the possible shark sighting in a neighbor's backyard in Fort Myers, Florida
- The News-Press
Fans of the various Sanibel and Captiva restaurants began posting on social media before Hurricane Ian, many hoping the businesses would pull through.
Florida residents face tough choices about whether to stay or leave in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.