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- 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.
A vacationer who sheltered in place during Hurricane Ian watched in terror from the 2nd floor as water filled the home where she was staying
A woman went to Fort Meyers Beach, Florida, to celebrate her 40th birthday with her family. Instead, they had to ride out Hurricane Ian.
- CBS News
Tropical Storm Orlene became a hurricane Saturday.
'Snowbirds' who usually head down to Florida during the winter months came back early to see the damage of Hurricane Ian and help neighbors
Fort Myers, Florida was one of the hardest-hit areas in Hurricane Ian's path. FORT MYERS, Florida — Susan Johnson, 68, rode out Hurricane Ian with her husband and some neighbors at the clubhouse in her mobile home community. On Wednesday, Ian tore through Florida's west coast and slammed the state with catastrophic winds and storm surges.
- Palm Beach Daily News
Gov. Ron DeSantis pushed back when asked by a reporter whether the state could’ve better-handled Hurricane Ian storm preparation.
Visual guide to powerful Hurricane Ian, which has caused devastation in Cuba and Florida
- USA TODAY
A chunk of the causeway connecting Sanibel Island to Florida's mainland had fallen into the sea Wednesday, cutting off access to the barrier island.
- 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.
- The State
Police were told to shelter in place for part of the day.
Unfinished 'Queen of Versailles' Mega Mansion in Florida 'Flooded' by Hurricane, Says Owner Jackie Siegel
"My ballroom is completely flooded right now," Jackie Siegel says in footage provided to PEOPLE showing the damage to the still-under-construction home
- Miami Herald
Hurricane Ian left cities across Florida underwater, remnants of buildings scattered and millions without power.
Hurricane Ian stunned even veteran meteorologists and hurricane hunters: 'I haven't experienced anything close to this'
Hurricane Ian stranded reporters in its floodwaters, almost blew a veteran meteorologist away, and rattled storm hunters as they flew through its eye.
- Road & Track
The $1 million-plus supercar ended up sitting on top of a toilet after the storm passed.
The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office said a FHP said troopers overnight consolidated the I-75 closure at Sumter Boulevard in Sarasota County due to flooding from the Myakka River. The interstate is now only closed southbound at Exit 193 (Jacaranda Blvd) & northbound at Exit 179 (North Port / Toledo Blade Blvd). https://www.abcactionnews.com/weather/hurricane/hurricane-ian-live-blog-latest-impacts-across-tampa-bay
- National Review
Governor Ron DeSantis warned against looting in areas hard-hit by Hurricane Ian, reminding would-be looters that Florida is a “Second Amendment state.”
- Tallahassee Democrat
A monster-sized Hurricane Ian pummeled Florida on Wednesday with crushing storm surge, obliterating wind speeds and torrential rainfall.
As Ian unravels across the mid-Atlantic states, AccuWeather meteorologists are monitoring specific zones of the Atlantic basin where new tropical development may occur in the coming week or two. Experts say the season is far from over, with its official close not until Nov. 30. Ian gave a jolting reminder that all it takes is one significant strike from a tropical system to disrupt livelihoods and create a major, deadly disaster, following what was an unusually quiet start to the 2022 Atlantic h
- The News-Press
Hurricane Ian surged across Florida, a monstrous, slow-moving storm that left coastal cities decimated and countless homes flooded and without power,
- The Florida Times-Union
Workers are shoring up an eroded part of the Coastal Highway by a home on Vilano Beach after storm surge and tides eroded the sand and structure beneath the house.