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Hurricane Ian Makes Landfall in Florida as Category 4 Storm

With max winds of 155 MPH, Category 4 Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida on Wednesday, knocking out power for thousands of residents and already causing severe damage. Keep reading to find out the latest as this storm makes its way across the state.

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Hurricane Ian Makes Landfall in Florida as Category 4 Storm
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    The Latest Reports on Ian

    The latest reports on the hurricane indicate the storm is nearing Category 5 status. Floridians should expect nonstop rain for 48 hours and millions of residents have to evacuate. Stay up to date with this storm as it moves through Florida.

    Ian weakens to tropical storm after making landfall in Florida as a category 4 hurricane

    Ian weakens to tropical storm after making landfall in Florida as a category 4 hurricane

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    CNBC - Ashley Capoot

    Hurricane Ian was downgraded to a tropical storm early Thursday but still expected to produce strong winds, heavy rains, and storm surge, according …

    Wild Moments Caught on Video

    Despite warnings from officials, some people ventured outside Wednesday amid life-threatening conditions caused by Hurricane Ian. For example, a wave threw a person swimming during the storm, and a FOX Weather reporter could barely move in the field.

    Biden Approves Florida’s Emergency Service Requests

    President Biden said he spoke with Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) for "some time" Tuesday, and that his administration had approved all of Florida's emergency service requests.

    ‘This Is Going to Be Nasty’

    DeSantis delivered several briefings ahead of Hurricane Ian, including one in which he said the hurricane would impact the state for several days.

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