Hurricane Ian – Update 27.09.2022
Hurricane Ian – Update: The warning for Hurricane Ian has been extended southward to Bonita Beach from the Anclote River in Pasco County. This warning also includes the Tampa Bary Area. The winds of the hurricane are expected in the warning areas beginning Wednesday morning.
The University of Florida officials are keeping eye on Hurricane Ian 24X7 and providing locals with updates to make sure everyone is safe. Later in this article, you will get all the latest updates regarding the Hurricane so make sure you read the article thoroughly and know how to be safe.
For most of Northeast and North Central Florida including Alachua County, a tropical storm watch has been issued.
Also, the National Hurricane Center believes that there is a life-dangering threat of the storm surge in much of Florida’s west coast where a storm surge warning is issued, with Fort Myers to Tampa Bay being the highest risk areas.
UF units are monitoring the forecasts and are prepared to follow the guidance from the office of the local areas. Academic Center as well as the UF research at Lake Nona has canceled classed and closed the businesses from Wednesday to Friday.
An announcement will be made by tomorrow morning (Tuesday) for campus closers and Family Weekend activities. The announcement for the resumption of the classes will be made later in the day.
At The US Prime, you will get the latest updates regarding Hurricane Ian so make sure you are connected with us until we get past it. Make sure you check The US Prime for regular updates.
For further details read Hurricane Ian’s Path.