The eyewall of Hurricane Fiona passed to the west of Bermuda, sparing the island a direct hit, but the storm's effects were still widely felt.
- Bradenton Herald
Manatee County has some good news for beach lovers after Hurricane Ian.
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
- Naples Daily News
A look at the damage in Naples shows the extent of Hurricane Ian's wrath citywide.
- Miami Herald
Feeling increasingly isolated in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Fort Myers Beach residents and renters continued to exit their devastated island by foot Sunday, four days after a 10-foot storm surge driven by 150 mph winds inundated Southwest Florida’s coastal communities.
As Florida and Puerto Rico recover from hurricanes Ian and Fiona, the National Hurricane Center is tracking two more disturbances in the Atlantic.
- 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.
- Business Insider
In the span of a week, Marco Rubio voted against hurricane relief, asked for additional hurricane relief, and praised the Biden administration's hurricane relief
The Florida senator this week demonstrated a now-familiar Republican routine around taking federal money for hurricane relief.
- Fox Weather
There are two tropical disturbances on the map – one of no consequence and one we’ll keep an eye on.
- 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.
- USA TODAY
As Ian floodwaters rose, a rush to rescue residents – and livestock: 'We ride in a boat, but the horses can’t'
In Venice, Florida, rescuers plucked stranded residents from their homes and herded cattle to higher ground as the Myakka River overflowed its banks.
- 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.
"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
- NBC News
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Those who have surveyed the island community since Ian say damage is severe and extensive but much of what makes Boca Grande unique is still intact.
- WPBF - West Palm Beach
The National Hurricane Center is monitoring two disturbances in the Atlantic.
- USA TODAY
'They never talk about Everglades': A hardscrabble fishing community bands together after Hurricane Ian
Everglades City, a small fishing town with a hardscrabble history, is digging out from yet another hurricane: "We know the routine," one local says.
- National Review
The death toll from Hurricane Ian climbed to 54 on Sunday, with 47 confirmed deaths in Florida, four in North Carolina and three in Cuba, the Associated Press reported.
- The News-Press
Two sailors share their experience riding out Hurricane Ian on shrimp boats in Fort Myers Beach. Now they are left without work.
Florida officials are defending the timing of evacuation orders issued ahead of Hurricane Ian.