TITUSVILLE, Fla. – As Hurricane Ian lashes Florida, the heavy downpours are causing flooding across the state.
Video submitted to News 6 by Carolyn Thorndyke-Sonnamaker shows flooding in south Titusville along the Indian River.
Thorndyke-Sonnamaker reported that the river jumped its banks, flooding a nearby parking lot.
Brevard County is expected to experience the strongest winds from the storm by 5 a.m. Thursday, according to News 6 meteorologists. The county may also see up to 10 inches of rain and strong rip currents from the storm.
Ian approached Florida as a powerful Category 4 hurricane, producing severe storm surge and winds, and later reached land at Cayo Costa on the southwest coast at 3:05 p.m. ET.
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