The mess of docks and boats are starting to be cleared out following Hurricane Ian. You can see progress and more open water now. There are still sunk boats we can’t identify and can’t touch yet until insurance companies figure out who they belong to. But progress is being made! Hurricane Ian recovery will be a long road but with your help and support we’ll get there! Thank you so much.
WATCH LIVE: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis gives update as Hurricane Ian approaches shore
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Tracking the Tropics: Tropical Storm Ian forms over the Caribbean Sea | 11 p.m. Friday update
While Tropical Storm Ian official formed late Friday evening in the Caribbean Sea, Florida should be prepared for a potentially major hurricane by midweek. The tropical storm was located about 385 miles southeast of Kingston, Jamaica, according to the 11 p.m. Friday advisory from the National Hurricane Center, with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph. Read More…
Hurricane Ian: Brian Entin joins #HeyJB, Governor DeSantis update | Tracking the Tropics on WFLA Now
Authorities throughout southwest Florida will hit the road on Thursday in communities battered by the massive Hurricane Ian to assess damage, clear debris and respond to calls for help as millions of Floridians remain sheltered in place. Ian, now weakened to a tropical storm, made landfall near Cayo Costa, Florida, on Wednesday afternoon, bringing powerful Read More…