Ian Moves North – The New York Times

Hurricane Ian moved across the Florida peninsula overnight. The storm dumped a foot of rain on some cities, caused severe flooding and knocked out power for millions of people across the state.

Ian became a tropical storm early this morning, but the downgrade doesn’t mean the danger has passed. The storm is expected to bring strong winds, heavy rains and storm surge in Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas over the next few days.

Ian embodies several of the major hurricane trends in recent…

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