ORLANDO, Fla. – Rain chances will increase through the day as outer bands of Hurricane Ian begin to push into Central Florida.
Expect a 70% coverage of rain Tuesday and a 90% coverage of rain on Wednesday.
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Tropical storm-force winds will begin to push in Wednesday across Central Florida.
As the storm moves closer as a projected major hurricane, it will have more impacts in Central Florida.
Hurricane-force wind gusts are possible for a large part of Central Florida for the middle and end of the week.
Expect power outages and downed trees if we have strong winds around for a long period of time.
Flooding could be a concern as heavy rain adds up to 10 inches or more in western zones. Many areas will see 6 to 8 inches of rain.
Strong rip currents and coastal flooding will be an issue, too.
Remember, all of this information is dependent on the precise track of Ian.
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