Will Florida Hurricane Ian make landfall and where? This is the most recent forecast path – Essentially all of Florida, aside from regions south of Lake Okeechobee and the far western beg, is in the Public Tropical storm Place’s estimate cone for Typhoon Ian, forecasters said.
The regions around Post Meyers, Tampa, Clearwater, and St. Petersburg are at outrageous gamble of damaging breezes and tempest floods.
The west shore of Florida from Port Charlotte north to Clearwater is under a typhoon advance notice. Typhoon, tropical endlessly storm flood watches and alerts are active somewhere else on the two banks of the state in addition to Lake Okeechobee.
A hurricane cautioning was given early Tuesday from Jupiter Gulf to the Volusia/Brevard Region line including Lake Okeechobee, and a typhoon watch was given for Deerfield Ocean side north to Jupiter Bay.
A highly sensitive situation is active for almost the whole state, and forecasters cautioned there is a lot of vulnerability about the tempest’s track.
Here is the most recent estimate track including the alleged “spaghetti models,” which show the scope of potential tracks in view of different PC models:
News Original Source: Sun Sentinal
Original Author: David Schutz
Author by: Sunny Grewal
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