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Ian could become 'catastrophic' Category 4 hurricane. So, it is a concern in Florida
Caribbean Storm On Sunday, Ian was expected to quickly gain strength as he sped across the Caribbean toward Cuba.
And later in the week posing a serious danger to Florida's west coast. (Heavy rain in the north.)
On Sunday night, Ian was sailing northwest at 13 mph while encountering 65 mph gusts. He was 430 miles southeast of Cuba.
Accuweather predicted that Ian might become a Category 4 hurricane as it moves toward Florida.
He stated that it is still too early to predict if or when Ian will make landfall.
Ron DeSantis, governor of Florida, advised citizens to stock up on supplies of food, water, medication, batteries, and fuel.
North Florida, the Florida Panhandle, and the Southeast of the United States may get heavy rain through Saturday.
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