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Tropical Storm Ian: Florida will continue to see heavy rain, flash flooding

FOX News logo FOX News 9/29/2022 Janice Dean
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Tropical Storm Ian is weakening over land, but will still bring very strong winds, up to 24 inches of rain and life-threatening flash flooding for the north-central Florida region and into Georgia and the Carolinas.

LIVE UPDATES: IAN DOWNGRADED TO TROPICAL STORM, MORE THAN 2.5M FLORIDA RESIDENTS WITHOUT POWER

Rain still to come over the next five days Credit: Fox News © Credit: Fox News Rain still to come over the next five days Credit: Fox News

The system will move out into the Atlantic and then make another landfall over the Southeast coast, with the potential for destructive storm surge, strong sustained winds and widespread flooding rainfall.

Tropical Storm Ian watches and warnings up the East Coast Credit: Fox News © Credit: Fox News Tropical Storm Ian watches and warnings up the East Coast Credit: Fox News

Power outages will still be possible for a widespread area of the Southeast, and tropical tornadoes will also be a hazard.

Tropical Storm Ian storm surge watches and warnings Credit: Fox News © Credit: Fox News Tropical Storm Ian storm surge watches and warnings Credit: Fox News A Fox model of Tropical Storm Ian on Friday morning Credit: Fox News © Credit: Fox News A Fox model of Tropical Storm Ian on Friday morning Credit: Fox News

Across the rest of the U.S, cooler temperatures will move into the East, and the Northwest will also see unsettled and cooler weather heading into the weekend. 

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