Hurricane Ian Restrengthening as it Approaches Coast

Above is the radar from 12:06pm. The center of Hurricane Ian is moving slightly north of west. The pressure has dropped two millibars in the last couple of hours. The National Hurricane Center says its maximum sustained winds are 85 mph. It is possible the wind could strengthen just a bit before it makes landfall. The winds are more spread out than usual for a hurricane. 

  • H = hurricane. 
  • D = tropical depression (< 40 mph winds)
  • Amber = winds stronger than 40 mph.
  • Brown = hurricane force winds ( ≥ 75 mph)
  • Red = hurricane warning 
  • Blue = tropical storm warning


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