All Florida under state of emergency as dangerous Tropical Storm Ian strengthens to become a major hurricane soon before impacting the state



Tropical Storm Ian Florida state of emergency
Tropical Storm Ian Florida state of emergency

Gov. Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency for all of Florida on Saturday as Tropical Storm Ian gained strength over the Caribbean and was forecast to become a major hurricane soon on a track toward the state.

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DeSantis had initially issued the emergency order for two dozen counties on Friday. But he expanded the warning to the entire state, urging residents to prepare for a storm that could lash large swaths of Florida.

This storm has the potential to strengthen into a major hurricane and we encourage all Floridians to make their preparations,” DeSantis said in a statement.

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We are coordinating with all state and local government partners to track potential impacts of this storm.

President Joe Biden also declared an emergency for the state, authorizing the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, to coordinate disaster relief efforts and provide assistance to protect lives and property. The president postponed a scheduled Sept. 27 trip to Florida due to the storm.

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The National Hurricane Center said Ian was forecast to strengthen before moving over western Cuba and toward the west coast of Florida and the Florida Panhandle by the middle of next week. The agency said Floridians should have hurricane plans in place and advised residents to monitor updates of the storm’s evolving path. [AP News] has been banned from ad networks and is now entirely reader-supported CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT MY WORK… I will send you a small gemstone if you give more than 25$… Thanks in advance!

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  1. Yep, Florida gets hit on a regular basis. But what’s interesting is this is figured to be the worst storm in 100 years. By itself means nothing. But when added to all the other biggest storms in 100plus years, that means something. We’ve had Kentucky, Georgia, Dallas, Illinois and Death Valley as I recall receiving massive rain in a short period. Around the world there’s Pakistan, Iran, and parts of Italy getting 8′ to 16″ in two hours!! And then droughts everywhere. SW USA. Europe: The River Thames Headwaters for the first time in history dried up. The Rhine in Germany. The Po River in Italy. China in massive drought. Folks in New England have seen streams dry up. They have lived there their entire lives and never seen this. Down Under, the last couple years see constant floods. Before that they had heatwaves so intense, Giant Fruit Bats were dropping from trees dead. Roads were melting. In the NE, USA a couple years ago the heat so intense that roads were melting. They weren’t designed for that kind of heat because it never happens there. Of course, back then the 3 Gorges Dam in China was about to fail because of never record amounts of rain. Same with those in California. Taken all together, and something isn’t right.

  2. Florida always gets hammered. Most people that live there know the drill. God Bless DeSantis. I think he is great governor. If we had 50 like him America would be a great place. Instead we have corrupt dirtbags selling out their constituents and most are installed by dark money political satanists, like that sh*tbag, sørøs.

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