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Tropical Storm Ian Brings Storms North

A hurricane watch is up for the lower Florida Keys top sustained winds with Ian are at 45 miles per hour and despite some weakening these winds will likely make a big jump overnight. Warnings are up in Cuba where we expect heavy rain flooding and a huge storm surge from there it’ll move into the Gulf toward Florida where it’ll likely become a cat 3 or 4 hurricane. Although potentially days before it makes landfall with the large size we expect and slow movement. It’ll still have destructive impacts including a very large wind field. As you can see here, dangerous storm surge also along with heavy rain and flooding. These rainfall amounts are preliminary the heaviest rain and could shift depending on where it moves on shore.

North Carolina can get the remnants of the storm with heavy rains and wind gusts that can topple trees and cause small leaks to grow. Restore your home with ServiceMaster of Buncombe County.

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