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Wednesday morning Hurricane Ian update | Approaching Florida as a Cat 4

From Bulloch County Public Safety and EMA Director Ted Wynns report taken from the NHC 5 am advisory
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NHC 5AM advisory, Wednesday, September 28, 2022 Credit: NHC

As of the Wednesday, September 28, 2022 NHC 5AM advisory category 4 Hurricane Ian has winds of 140 mph and is tracking to the NNE at 10 mph. 

The impact on Florida will be devastating as it is projected to slow down after it makes landfall somewhere between Sarasota and Fort Meyers.  

After Ian crosses Florida it is expected to go into the Atlantic and not strengthen before making landfall somewhere on the Georgia South Carolina Coast as a tropical storm.

Bulloch County Impact

Under the current forecast we can expect potential wind gusts between 35 and 65 mph and rain between 4-6 inches depending on your location.  As the diagram shows below, we can expect the winds to pick up later today and tonight continuing through Saturday. 

Stay safe and informed on Ian.

NHC Live Hurricane Ian Updates

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