Hurricane Fiona strengthened into a Category 4 storm and is expected to continue getting stronger as it passes west of Bermuda. More than half a million people in Puerto Rico are still without running water and many don't have power three days after Fiona slammed into the island.
- USA TODAY Opinion
'We still don't have water or electricity and we are spending a lot of money having to buy pre-prepared food, gas for the car and for the generator.'
Ian strengthened into a major hurricane Tuesday as its track moved east into Central Florida.
- The Gainesville Sun
See where Hurricane Ian is, where it's headed and how it may affect Gainesville.
Hurricane Ian formed Monday morning and it is forecast to impact Florida this week.
FOX 13 Chief Meteorologist Paul Dellegatto says the models are starting to come to agreement, with FOX Weather's model showing Tropical Storm Ian becoming a major hurricane before making landfall near Tampa Bay.
- Bradenton Herald
Water is crashing ashore in Key West and kids are swimming the storm surge. Here’s more.
- Palm Beach Daily News
Florida is in the potential path of Hurricane Ian. Use these maps to track the storm's path and spaghetti models.
- Fox Weather
A threat from Hurricane Ian to the Sunshine State means millions of residents could be asked by local governments to head to higher ground, but with a population of more than 22 million in the state, finding out who will need to seek shelter could be a complicated task.
- The State
The hurricane is rapidly gaining strength, but there’s a lot of uncertainty about the effects it will bring to the Midlands.
- Tallahassee Democrat
It is increasingly certain that the state will see widespread surge, wave, and rain impacts no matter the specific outcome.
Florida is headed for a 'near worst-case scenario' with Hurricane Ian. Here's what a Category 5 storm could look like.
The Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council catastrophic plan lays out this worst-case scenario, predicting storm surge flooding, destruction, and death.
- Biloxi Sun Herald
The storm will likely be a major hurricane in the Gulf before it begins to stall out for a bit. “It’s a bad thing for Tampa, especially.”
- Miami Herald
Good news for South Floridians: Hurricane Ian is not forecast to travel directly over the region. However, there’s also troublesome developments: the system may still make its presence known.
Some coastal evacuations have started in West Florida ahead of Hurricane Ian. What are evacuation zones?
If you're told to evacuate during a hurricane, where should you go? What are evacuation zones, and do you live in one?
Tropical Storm Ian Live Updates: Tropical storm watch in Englewood, track closer to Sarasota-Manatee
Hurricane forecasters say their best models don't agree on how close Ian will come to the Sarasota-Bradenton area.
As Hurricane Ian approaches Florida, one grocery store has amended its bakery section to reflect the dire times.
- The Augusta Chronicle
On Monday, the National Hurricane Center predicted Hurricane Ian could hit GA later this week, and Governor Kemp activated the State Operations Center
- Bradenton Herald
The National Hurricane Center provides video loops of what Ian looks like. Here’s how to watch for yourself.
- The Hill
Residents in parts of Tampa, Fla., received mandatory evacuation orders on Monday as Hurricane Ian barrels toward the state’s Gulf Coast, with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) warning more evacuations are likely to come. The evacuation order spans waterfront areas in Tampa and elsewhere in Hillsborough County, while officials also issued a voluntary evacuation order…
- Bradenton Herald
“In Florida we don’t track the storm. We track Jim Cantore.”