Above the warm Gulf of Mexico waters, Hurricane Ian has intensified into a Category 4 storm that is very dangerous.
Earlier this week, a storm that drenched Cuba with 12 inches (30 centimetres) of rain also knocked off electricity throughout the whole island.
Despite a delayed start, the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season is already delivering unwelcome surprises. following Hurricane Fiona
which last week triggered extensive power outages and flooding in the Caribbean and Canada,
Currently, Hurricane Ian is posing a serious threat. When it approaches the Florida coast, churning above the Gulf of Mexico
Ian has intensified into a Category 4 hurricane and is expected to make landfall on Wednesday (September 28).
packing 155 mph sustained wind speeds (250 kph).