Nicole, which has since been downgraded to a tropical depression, has been lashing Florida with relentless wind, rain and waves as it moved inland across the state after making landfall early Thursday morning as a Category 1 hurricane. Nicole will have far-reaching impacts stretching into the Southeast and eventually the mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
Hurricane Ian made its final landfall in South Carolina on Friday after producing catastrophic damage earlier this week in Florida. Ian is now impacting the mid-Atlantic with gusty winds and heavy rainfall.
Hurricane Ian made its final landfall in South Carolina on Friday after producing catastrophic damage earlier this week in Florida, where at least a dozen people were killed. Ian is now expected to produce life-threatening storm surge, high winds and flooding rainfall across the Carolinas into the start of the weekend.
Hurricane Ian made two landfalls in Southwest Florida on Wednesday afternoon as a catastrophic Category 4 storm. Ian had maximum sustained winds of 150 mph as it crashed ashore near Cayo Costa, Florida. Ian will continue to bring life-threatening flooding, storm surge and high winds to parts of Florida on Thursday after it re-strengthened into a hurricane and is headed for a final landfall in South Carolina on Friday.
Hurricane Ian made landfall near Cayo Costa, Florida, at 3:05 p.m. Eastern as a catastrophic Category 4 storm with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph. The extremely dangerous major hurricane has brought catastrophic winds, life-threatening storm surge, widespread flooding and several tornadoes as it pummels Southwest Florida.
After briefly weakening while crossing Cuba overnight, Hurricane Ian has started to intensify in the Gulf. It is forecast to strengthen into a Category 4 hurricane as it approaches Florida's Gulf Coast.
Take a look back at Hurricane Andrew with this timeline of events that eventually led to widespread destruction in South Florida when the Category 5 hurricane struck in 1992. FOX Weather hurricane specialist Bryan Norcross takes you through its path.
Significant severe weather is moving across the Northeast and Ohio Valley Thursday evening placing nearly 40 million people under severe weather watches. A Tornado Watch is in effect for parts of New York and Pennsylvania.