Florida Alert: How Hurricane Ian Will Impact YOUR Area

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Mr. DeSantis explained that Ian posed a great risk of “dangerous storm surge, heavy rainfall, flash flooding, strong winds, isolated tornadic activity, but also hazardous seas.” A bulletin has been issued at 2200e on Monday, stating that Ian could easily develop into a category three storm with wind speeds of 120mph or even greater, but the time it arrives in Cuba.

Tuesday classes have been canceled in some parts of the island, and evacuations are in place in some western provinces, such as the country’s tobacco region. Authorities in the Cayman Islands, which is a British territory, are now working to provide plywood, sandbags, and all the other needed supplies to the local residents.

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