It's going to be a nasty day so be prepared! Rain: 4-7" Flash Flooding possible Wind: Frequent gusts 40-60 mph Isolated gusts 70-75 mph Tornado: low risk near the coast 12pm-8pm Surge: 4-7 feet around 11:15am
Boise is approximately 400 miles inland from the coast of Oregon. The aftermath of the strongest hurricanes can reach over 1,000 miles inland.
Life-threatening storm surges and hurricane conditions are expected along the Carolina coast by this afternoon.
While Ian has grown even larger, most of its winds have shifted to the eastern side. A tropical storm warning remains in effect from Altamaha Sound, Georgia, to the Savannah River as Ian skirts the southeast Georgia coast.
The fires across the West Coast are just the latest examples of the very real ways our changing climate is changing our communities. Protecting our planet is on the ballot. Vote like your life depends on it—because it does.
Other Democrat run Cities and States should look at the total shutdown of Radical Left Anarchists in Minneapolis last night. The National Guard did a great job, and should be used in other States before it is too late!