December 7, 2022

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Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency on Saturday Rain and hurricane-force winds are expected to hit the peninsula next week as Tropical Storm Ian strengthens in the Caribbean.

DeSantis Initially issued the order rush For two dozen counties on Friday, but He expanded it across the stateEncouraging people and local authorities to prepare for storms that could hit large areas Florida.

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“This storm has the potential to strengthen into a powerful cyclone. And calling on all citizens Florida Arrangements should be made,” he said. DeSantis It is a statement. “We are coordinating with all state and municipal government partners to monitor the potential impacts of this storm.”

The US National Hurricane Center It is reported that it is predicted that Ian Gain strength quickly over the next few days before heading through western Cuba A hurricane hit Florida by the middle of the next week.

See: US declares major disaster for Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona

John Congialosi, a hurricane specialist at the National Hurricane Center MiamiHe said it was unclear at this time where Ian would be flogging Florida with more intensity and added to it Residents should start preparing for the storm, including being prepared for power outages.

“It’s too early to tell if this will be a problem in Southeast California. Florida Or a problem in Central Florida or statewide,” he said. “So right now, that’s the right message for Florida residents. They should monitor weather forecasts and prepare for the potential impact of this tropical system.

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Governor’s Proclamation Releases Emergency Funds and Activates Florida National Guard Members, according to your office. His order underscored the risk of storms, floods, dangerous winds and other conditions in various parts of the state.