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Tropical Storm Ian: Latest maps, models and paths

Updated: 11:57 am EDT, September 24, 2022

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wanted to bring you the National Hurricane Center’s 11 o’clock advisory on tropical storms, gradually getting better organized, it’s starting to show *** a little more rotation, which would *** indicate a little more * itself developing tropical system. As of the 11am update, winds are up to 45mph. Yes, so still on the lower end of the tropical storm spectrum, here’s *** look at the National Hurricane Center’s overall forecast of what’s expected to become a *** hurricane tomorrow night with winds of about 80 mph and then to pushing Category Two status through Monday morning, Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning, very briefly crossing Cuba as a Category Three *** Major Hurricane, and then approaching Florida around 8 am Wednesday. Well, I would like to point out that given this scenario, the pace continues to slow down a bit, the hurricane center is struggling to thread the needle because you have the GFS model on one side and the European on the other. A model brings it closer to Florida faster. The other model brings it towards Panhandle *** a little slower. And so they’re trying to hedge their bets here, and that’s the struggle that the hurricane center forecast has overall. So that’s basically where we are, take a frigging mental picture of this cone. Let’s look at the computer models, definitely the computer models have shifted *** a little more to the left *** a little further west. If this trend continues in the hurricane center, it will continue on this projected path that would suit us in central Florida to lesser impacts. But right, remember these things, they ebb, they flow, they change all the time. So, if there’s one thing to remember, it’s that we’re currently in a *** low forecast confidence zone. In other words, we have a *** general idea of ​​what’s happening, but we don’t have the specifics from tomorrow through Monday. That trust will increase and it will only get better for us. We’ll be able to understand how, how things are getting better and better. So for now, start thinking about the possibility of a crash tomorrow through Monday. Then we would begin preparation and then Tuesday through Wednesday we would complete your preparations and then of course begin to study the potential for tropical impacts on Central Florida. The next full update comes at 5:00 p.m. from the National Hurricane Center. Chief Meteorologist Tony McNulty and Meteorologist Alex Policy will have the very latest on this. Thank you for checking out the forecast on west dot com

Tropical Storm Ian: Latest maps, models and paths

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Updated: 11:57 am EDT, September 24, 2022

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