Ian made landfall near Cayo Costa around 3:05 (EDT). Winds estimated at 150 mph with a central pressure of 940 mb. As of the 10pm update Hurricane Ian is a Cat 1 storm with winds of 90 mph.

Ian continues to track northeastward across southwest Florida. As the storms moves inland, the bands have a high probability of producing heavy rain and tornadoes. Although th tornado threat will trend down overnight, there are many areas that will face Flash Flood Warnings through the evening hours. That, coupled with millions without power will make a for a long and potentially dangerous night for many Floridians.

Ian is moving northeast across the state. Ian weakens to a tropical storm by early tomorrow morning and will remain a tropical storm as it curves out to the Atlantic. Ian will turn back to the states, remaining a tropical storm and will make it’s 2nd U.S. landfall somewhere along the Georgia and South Carolina coast. Heavy rain is still likely, along with increased surge for coastal Georgia and South Carolina.

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