Remnants from Hurricane Ian will bring a rainy weekend ahead

After landfall, effects from the storm will be felt for several days
Forecast Noon Sept. 30
Published: Sep. 26, 2022 at 11:31 AM EDT|Updated: Sep. 30, 2022 at 9:14 AM EDT
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(WHSV) - Here is the most recent observation from the National Hurricane Center of Ian.

Hurricane Ian has dropped between 15″-27″ of rain across Florida, with some of the heaviest rain in central Florida.

Ian will make another landfall Friday between Savannah and Myrtle Beach likely as a category 1 storm. However several inches of rain, flooding and storm surge is still expected for the Southeast coast. Then as the storm weakens, it will send more rain and some gusty winds into the Mid-Atlantic.

In our area, we are looking at a rainy weekend as the remnants of Ian push northward.

Remnants of Ian, Friday night through Monday
Remnants of Ian, Friday night through Monday(WHSV)

Here is our local forecast with the impacts from the remnants of Ian. Some of the details with timing and rainfall amounts will be updated as we get closer so make sure to check back for any adjustments to the local forecast.

Local forecast

Local forecast details on the impacts from Ian for the weekend

Made landfall as a category 4 major hurricane

As always, you can get the latest updates by downloading and checking the WHSV Weather App.

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