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The mistake occurred as Martha MacCallum and other Fox News anchors discussed Hurricane Ian’s impact in Florida on Wednesday.
“Don't go out there,” officials warned, saying the water was likely to rush back in at higher levels.
Weather Channel Reporter Jim Cantore Hit By Flying Tree Branch As Category 4 Hurricane Ian Makes Landfall
Category 4 Hurricane Ian made landfall this afternoon near Fort Myers, Florida with maximum sustained winds of 155 mph. In doing so, it became the fifth-largest storm to hit the U.S. mainland — at least in recorded history — and the Weather Channel was there to cover it. Meteorologist Jim Cantore was at ground zero […]
- Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Hurricane Ian has now strengthened into a Category 3 hurricane. Here's what SC residents need to know and how it will impact them.
Hurricane Ian strengthened into a Category 4 storm Wednesday morning.
Ian regained hurricane strength at about 5 p.m. Thursday and is heading toward the South Carolina coast.
Man Who Tried to Drain Pool During Hurricane Ian Is Among Deaths Confirmed as Toll Continues to Rise
A 72-year-old man who attempted to drain his pool in the middle of Hurricane Ian has died, along with a 38-year-old man who hydroplaned during the storm
A curfew was in place for Fort Myers from September 28, as “portions of the city [were] under 3-4 feet of water,” the city said. Across Florida, more than 1.2 million customers remained without power early on Thursday in the wake of Hurricane Ian.Footage by Frank Lon shows the storm’s impact at Fort Myers Beach, with flooding and damage seen.The National Hurricane Center said Ian made landfall at Cayo Costa on Wednesday afternoon as an “extremely dangerous” Category 4 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph.It had weakened to a Category 1 storm by Thursday. Credit: Frank Loni via Storyful
- Miami Herald
This article tracking Hurricane Ian is available for free as a public service to all readers.
- Palm Beach Daily News
Florida saw a direct hit from Hurricane Ian. Use these maps to track the storm's path and spaghetti models.
Hurricane Ian: Storm to pass east of Jacksonville tonight before making third landfall in Charleston
The Action News Jax First Alert Weather Team is continuing to track Tropical Storm Ian.
- Bradenton Herald
Flash flooding is imminent in Manatee County. Here’s what to know.
- The Daily Beast
Giorgio Viera/AFP via GettyThe full scale of the disaster unleashed by Hurricane Ian on Florida began to emerge Thursday after catastrophic flooding trapped residents in their homes, destroyed bridges, and other critical infrastructure, and left over 2 million people without power.The fifth-strongest hurricane to ever hit the U.S. when measured by wind speed, Ian tore into the Southwest Florida coast on Wednesday afternoon with violent gales, an epic storm surge, and as much as a foot of rain dr
"It is what you think it is," Fort Myers correspondent Kyla Galer said.
- The News-Press
Streaming with multiple cameras, Severe Studios, a camera at Fort Myers Beach went viral amid flooding from Hurricane Ian.
- Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.
“Click here to read this story in Spanish.” FORT MYERS BEACH — They thought second floors would be safe. But Hurricane Ian was more brutal than some residents of Fort Myers Beach ever imagined. Kevin Behen left his studio apartment and hunkered down in a corner room in a stout building by the foot of the bridge into town. The surge licked the second-floor deck. He sprinted upstairs and banged ...
- TCPalm | Treasure Coast Newspapers
As outer wind bands from Hurricane Ian kick up the surf, people comb the beach for little treasures
- Raleigh News and Observer
Winds could be gusty Friday, even hitting tropical storm levels greater than 30 mph. But water accumulation is the biggest concern.
- Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.
On Monday, national forecasters predicted Tampa Bay’s centurylong streak of hurricane luck was about to end. One forecaster called the storm a “potential historic catastrophe.” The region was looking at 10 feet of storm surge. Billions in property damage. Untold destruction, unmitigated catastrophe. Two days later, the disaster has arrived — for Tampa Bay’s neighbors about 75 miles to the ...
More than 2.6 million people were without power in Florida.