National Hurricane Center's Update, 11pm Tuesday

At landfall, the sustained winds right on the coast may reach 135 mph with gusts to 155 mph. According to NHC, there will be "devastating" wind damage and the storm surge -- worst between Sarasota and Naples -- will be "life-threatening." 

Damaging winds are likely inland into the Disneyworld-Orlando areas or just to the south. There will be near total power failures throughout this region back west to the coast. 

The map below shows the times by which your precautions need to be complete. 

Note: As shown in the upper map, Ian may restrengthen once it gets back out over the Atlantic and may produce wind damage in Georgia and/or South Carolina. 

There is an enhanced tornado risk in the south half of Florida tonight and throughout the Peninsula tomorrow.

Please see the posting below for more details. 


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