Hurricane Ian track to make landfall Friday

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(This page contains the latest news on where Ian is, what to expect in our area, the latest track, radar, “spaghetti” models, hurricane warnings, storm surge warnings, tropical storm advisories and the latest video of the storm’s destruction .) Hurricane Ian will make landfall in South Carolina on Friday. The latest track shows the storm making landfall between Charleston and Myrtle Beach and then moving north. (Watch the latest video forecast above) South Carolina schools to announce changes due to Ian impacts Friday Below is a timeline for effects on the Upstate: Friday: Ian moves in for a second landfall in South Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane Here in the Upstate we will see gusts of wind between 30 mph and 50 mph. The further east you travel in South Carolina, the higher the wind gusts. Rain will begin in the Upstate in mid-morning and will intensify as the day progresses. The rain will come in waves and temperatures will be cooler, peaking in the 60s. Saturday: Ian moves north, with scattered showers through Sunday. Potential Serious Impacts: All things considered, 1 to 3 inches of rain is possible in the Upstate. Wind gusts of 30 to 50 mph can cause some downed trees, which can lead to power outages. Impact on SC, Georgia Coast and North Carolina: Strong winds will hammer the coasts of South Carolina and Georgia through Friday afternoon. Gusts of up to 90 mph are possible as Ian makes his second landfall along the SC coast. The North Carolina coast will have strong winds with a small chance of severe weather, but the strongest winds will remain south. Storm surge of 2-5 feet is possible Friday. Latest track, path, spaghetti models below: More maps, models and radar here. Latest video: (Latest video at top) Charleston braces for Hurricane IanDrove video of Fort Myers destruction following Hurricane IanBradenton International Airport damage Raw footage of Ian in downtown Sarasota, Florida Rescue of a flooded car in Naples Hurricane Ian tears roof off house in Florida Hurricane Hunter describes its flight into the eye of Hurricane Ian Time-lapse of storm surge on Sanibel Island Water retreats from Tampa Bay ahead of Hurricane IanRelated stories:

(This page contains the latest news on where Ian is, what to expect in our area, the latest track, radar, “spaghetti” models, hurricane warnings, storm surge warnings, tropical storm advisories and the latest video of the storm’s destruction .)

Hurricane Ian makes landfall in South Carolina on Friday.

The latest issue shows the storm making landfall between Charleston and Myrtle Beach and then moving north.

(Watch the latest video prediction above)

South Carolina Schools Announce Changes on Friday Due to Ian Effects

Below is a timeline for effects on the Upstate:

Friday: Ian is moving in for a second landfall in South Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane. Here in the Upstate we will see wind gusts between 30 mph and 50 mph. The further east you travel in South Carolina, the higher the wind gusts. Rain will begin in the Upstate in mid-morning and will intensify as the day progresses. The rain will come in waves and temperatures will be cooler, peaking in the 60s.

Saturday: Ian heads north, leaving scattered showers through Sunday.

Possible serious consequences: All in all, 1 to 3 inches of rain is possible in the Upstate. Wind gusts of 30 to 50 mph can cause some downed trees, which can lead to power outages.

Impact on SC, Georgia Coast and North Carolina:

Strong winds will plague the coasts of South Carolina and Georgia through Friday afternoon. Gusts of up to 90 mph are possible as Ian makes his second landfall along the SC coast. The North Carolina coast will have strong winds with a small chance of severe weather, but the strongest winds will remain south. A storm surge of 2-5 feet is possible Friday.

Latest track, path, spaghetti models below:

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More maps, models and radar here.

Latest video: (Latest video is on top)

Charleston braces for Hurricane Ian

Reed video of Fort Myers destruction after Hurricane Ian

Damage to Bradenton International Airport

Raw footage of Ian in downtown Sarasota, Florida

Rescue of flooded cars in Naples

Hurricane Ian rips roof off Florida home

Hurricane Hunter describes its flight into the eye of Hurricane Ian

Time-lapse of Sanibel Island storm surge barrier

Water retreats from Tampa Bay ahead of Hurricane Ian

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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.

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