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Last Map Update: Mon, Sep. 26, 2022 at 2:17:08 pm CDT

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Ian becomes a hurricane and is currently moving to the northwest in the Caribbean Sea and is expected to enter the Gulf of Mexico as a major hurricane on Tuesday. Ian is expected to make landfall as a hurricane along the Florida panhandle or upper Florida peninsula later this week. This system is not an immediate threat to the local area, but some large swells will produce hazardous boating conditions over the open Gulf waters during the middle to latter part of the week. Continue to monitor the forecast for any changes to expected impacts, review your hurricane plans, and follow only official sources for your information.
An isolated shower or thunderstorm possible during the afternoon as a cold front nears the region. Otherwise, another hot day with temperatures in the 90s generally along and south of the I12/I10 corridor.
Comfortably cool behind the front with temperatures generally in the in the 50s and 60s (coolest temperatures inland).
More comfortable conditions as temperatures struggle to reach the upper 80s with no rain expected.



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