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All Eyes on Hurricane Ian

All eyes are on Ian, which became a hurricane early this morning in the western Caribbean Sea and may become a major hurricane tonight near western Cuba. Regardless in Ian's track and intensity over the next several days, life-threatening storm surge, hurricane-force winds, heavy rain, flooding and tornadoes are just some of the impacts the Sunshine state will see this week. Read More >

Unseasonably warm temperatures will continue until at least Tuesday September 27, 2022, with highs reaching around 8 to 11 degrees above seasonal averages.

 

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