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Hurricane Ian is forecast to make landfall across the west coast of Florida on Wednesday afternoon.
Life-threatening storm surge and catastrophic damage will be the result of this powerful storm.
Much of the state will feel the effects the hurricane, with flooding rain, sustained winds and tornadoes expected in the next 24 to 48 hours.
Flooding will move well inland and power outages will be widespread.
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The rest of the country remains fairly quiet.
Ian will impact the Southeast and parts of the Mid-Atlantic on Friday and through the weekend.
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Cooler weather has settled into the Northeast and Great Lakes, with some scattered rain showers.
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Well-above-average temperatures hang on to the West, with excessive heat warnings for southern California.