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If you're in the path of #Ian, know the difference between a watch vs. warning. Follow instructions from local officials. ⚠️Warning = Take action. Flash flood is imminent, get to high ground. ⚠️Watch = Stay alert. Weather conditions are favorable. More: ready.gov/hurricane
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One more reason to minimize travel in areas impacted by #Ian Downed trees/limbs on roadways. #WeatherReady twitter.com/NWS/status/157…
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We've started flying over communities affected by Hurricane Ian to assess the damage. Our first flight covered Punta Gorda and portions of Sanibel Island, Cape Coral, and the Caloosahatchee River up to I-75. The first images are available here: storms.ngs.noaa.gov/storms/ian/ind…
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❗️ Dangerous storm surge is expected across coastal areas of northeast SC, especially around high tide today (~11:15am). Surge inundation of 4-7 ft is expected across NE SC coastline, with 3-5 ft for Brunswick coast & 2-4 ft north of Cape Fear. #ncwx #scwx
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Hurricane #Ian Advisory 31A: Tropical-Storm-Force Winds Ongoing Across Much of the Coast of The Carolinas. Life-Threatening Storm Surge and Hurricane Conditions Expected By This Afternoon. hurricanes.gov
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❗ After #HurricaneIan, take safety precautions to protect yourself and your family. ➡️ For additional resources, visit: flhealth.gov/hurricane
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🚧Remember: Never Drive or Walk into Flood Waters - Turn Around Don’t Drown!twitter.com/clairemetzwesh…j
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Find and follow your local NWS forecast office for the latest on #Ian at weather.gov/socialmedia
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Hurricane-force winds are expected across coasts of South Carolina and southeastern North Carolina beginning early Friday. Be ready for tree damage. #Ian
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There is a danger of life-threatening storm surge from #Ian through Friday along the coasts of northeast Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. Follow any advice given by local officials.
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Power outages have their own set of hazards. Be especially careful with generators — never use them inside or in garages to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. Use flashlights, not candles, to avoid risk of fire.
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Hurricane #Ian Advisory 29A: Ian Taking Aim At the Carolinas and Georgia With Life-Threatening Flooding, Storm Surge and Strong Winds. hurricanes.gov
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As the sun sets and #Ian is moving up the coast, remember to stay safe! NEVER drive through floodwaters: it only takes 12 inches of water to sweep a car away. DON’T walk through floodwaters: they can contain harmful chemicals, objects, live wires and other dangers.
Many Americans rely on their neighbors both before and after hurricanes. Check on your neighbors, if you can do so safely. #Ian
#Ian becomes a hurricane again. Taking aim at the Carolinas and Georgia with life-threatening flooding, storm surge and strong winds. For the latest visit hurricanes.gov
A HIGH risk is in effect in our Day 1 Excessive Rainfall Outlook. More details: go.usa.gov/cu3Dw
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Communications may be impacted due to #Ian. Stay #WeatherReady by knowing what to do. Power outages may be a concern, so conserve your phone battery by reducing screen brightness and limiting app use.
Stay alert if you're in the path of #Ian as it moves up the north east. Download the FEMA App to get weather alerts in multiple locations: iPhone: apple.co/35mX646 Android: bit.ly/2a4UFBD twitter.com/Readygov/statu…
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Many residents in Florida are starting recovery in the aftermath of #Ian & many will use Generators to provide power. We want to stress these Generator safety tips. Unfortunately, many indirect fatalities in hurricanes have occured after the fact due to improper generator use.
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At 11am EDT the center of #Ian has emerged into the western Atlantic & is expected to become a hurricane again this evening & make landfall as a hurricane on Friday. Hurricane Warning issued for the entire coast of South Carolina. hurricanes.gov
Floodwater is extremely dangerous and can contain harmful chemicals and objects that could harm you or make you sick. #Ian noaa.gov/resource-colle…
8 AM EDT Advisory: Deep tropical moisture associated with #Ian will bring the potential for flash flooding and possibly some main-stem river flooding. Gusty winds are forecasted to begin today. With strongest gusts Friday afternoon and evening. #scwx #ncwx #gawx #HurricaneIan
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Hurricane dangers remain ever after the storm. Watch out for downed power lines and damaged buildings. Avoid floodwaters as they can hide a variety of dangers, and never drive through them, as it doesn’t take much to sweep your car away. #Ian weather.gov/safety/hurrica…
5 AM EDT 9/29 Key Messages for Tropical Storm #Ian. More advisory info: hurricanes.gov
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Hurricane #Ian Advisory 26: Ian Continuing to Batter the Florida Peninsula With Winds, Storm Surge, and Flooding. Expected to Move Into the Atlantic Tomorrow. hurricanes.gov
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Widespread, life-threatening catastrophic flooding, with major river flooding are expected to continue across portions of central FL with considerable flooding in northern FL, southeastern GA and eastern SC. Find and follow your local NWS office at weather.gov/socialmedia
Ongoing heavy rainfall will spread across the Florida peninsula through Thursday and reach portions of the Southeast US later this week and this weekend.
Damaging winds will continue to batter the Florida peninsula as Ian works its way northeast towards the Atlantic coast. With very wet soils, downed trees and power lines will be likely overnight. Sleeping/sheltering away from exterior walls and windows is important if threatened.
#Ian continues to batter the Florida Peninsula with catastrophic storm surge, winds, & flooding. A reminder to those along the southeastern coast, DON’T let your guard down! For the latest on #Ian visit noaa.gov/Ian.
7 PM EDT 9/28 Tropical Cyclone Update for Hurricane #Ian. A University of Florida Coastal Monitoring Program wind tower recently reported sustained winds of 64 mph (103 km/h) with a wind gust of 104 mph (167 km/h). For more: hurricanes.gov
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Dangerous life-threatening storm surge from #Ian expected Thursday & Friday along the coasts of northeast Florida, Georgia & South Carolina. Follow the advice of local officials. Watch this video to learn about storm surge & how to stay safe! youtube.com/watch?v=bBa9bV…
Be especially cautious at night as it is almost impossible to recognize flood dangers! #Ian weather.gov/safety/flood
Stay safe Florida! Stay inside until local emergency management gives the “all clear.” #Ian is packing a heavy punch - electrical safety precautions are a must. Steer clear of downed power lines and notify utility companies immediately. ⚡Learn more: tinyurl.com/DOHElectric
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Widespread, life-threatening catastrophic flooding expected to across Florida from #Ian. Stay #WeatherReady by enabling weather alerts on your phone. Stay inside and in your safe place! NEVER enter floodwaters in a vehicle or on foot. weather.gov/safety/flood
An extreme wind warning is in effect for Cape Coral FL, Lehigh Acres FL, Fort Myers FL until 7:30 PM EDT for extremely dangerous hurricane winds. Treat these imminent extreme winds as if a tornado was approaching and move immediately to an interior room or shelter NOW!.
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435 PM EDT 28 Sep -- Hurricane #Ian has made mainland Florida landfall just south of Punta Gorda near Pirate Harbor. Maximum sustained winds at this landfall are estimated at 145 mph. Latest: Hurricanes.gov/#Ian
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#Ian bringing with it many 100+ mph wind gusts with it as it moves slowly inland. twitter.com/NHC_Atlantic/s…
.@NOAA’s #GOESEast satellite captured this extraordinary imagery of #Hurricane #Ian making landfall near Cayo Costa, Florida this afternoon. Latest: NOAA.gov/Ian #FLwx twitter.com/NHC_Atlantic/s…
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305 PM EDT 28 Sep -- Hurricane #Ian has made landfall as an extremely dangerous Category 4 hurricane near Cayo Costa, Florida with maximum sustained winds at 150 mph. The minimum pressure from Air Force Reconnaissance Hurricane Hunters was 940 mb. Latest: hurricanes.gov/#Ian
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2pm EDT #Ian update from @NHC_Atlantic: Ian still has a maximum sustained wind speed of 155mph — a Category 4 hurricane. Though dangerous impacts have been occurring already, Ian is expected to make official landfall in southwestern FL soon. hurricanes.gov for details. twitter.com/NHC_Atlantic/s…
Those of you on the southeast Atlantic Coast should not sleep on #Ian. While it won't be nearly as strong as it is now, significant impacts are still possible as it reaches you later this week. #PrepareNow twitter.com/NWSJacksonvill…
Now that the eye wall of Hurricane #Ian has intersected the coast, extreme winds are impacting parts of the Florida coast, prompting Extreme Wind Warnings. If you are in one of these areas, and aren’t already sheltering, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.
Also just want to highlight the useful infographic that @NWSWPC put together that explains how to interpret the Excessive Rainfall Outlook. twitter.com/NWSWPC/status/…
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At around 11:50am ET today, NOAA's National Hurricane Center will host a special Hurricane #Ian briefing on YouTube Live. Watch/subscribe here: youtube.com/user/NWSNHC. We will post a link directly to the broadcast here on Twitter once it has begun as well.
(5/5) Widespread, life-threatening catastrophic flooding is expected across portions of central FL with considerable flooding in southern FL, northern FL, southeastern GA and coastal SC. Widespread, prolonged major river flooding expected across central FL hurricanes.gov
(4/5) Heavy rainfall will spread across the Florida peninsula through Thursday and reach portions of the Southeast U.S. later this week and this weekend.
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