Tropical Storm Ian Update
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As of September 25, 2022, 12:30 pm EDT, Tropical Storm Ian has shifted Westward, as indicated below, from data and information gathered from National Hurricane Center:
Residents of Florida are still recommended to be prepared for Tropical Storms are known to shift directions from time to time. For more information about how to prepare for tropical storms, please feel free to view our previous post on Tropical Strom Ian On Path To Florida/Central Florida Next Week.
Fox 13 Meteorologist Tony Sadiku is watching Tropical Storm Ian closely. As of Sunday morning, Tropical Storm Ian had top winds of 50 miles per hour and was moving west-northwest at 12 miles per hour. Ian is expected to intensify rapidly and Sadiku says it could become a category 1 hurricane by late Sunday night or early Monday morning. According to Sadiku, the entire west coast of Florida is fair game for a hurricane landfall next week. He advises residents to get prepared now, so those plans can be implemented when there is a better idea of where the storm will hit, in the video published on Sep 25, 2022, by FOX 13 Tampa Bay, as “Tropical Storm Ian slows down, shifts west as it sets sights on Florida“, below:
Governor Ron DeSantis holds press conference ahead of Tropical Storm Ian, in the video streamed on September 25, 2022, by FOX 13 Tampa Bay, as “Governor Ron DeSantis Tropical Storm Ian press conference“, below:
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