Hurricane Ian made landfall on Florida’s west coast on Wednesday as a category 4 storm, as reported by The Gateway Pundit.
The eye of the storm hit Cape Coral Wednesday with maximum sustained winds of 155 miles per hour.
During a live broadcast, two weather reporters were hammered by the strong winds of a category 4 hurricane.
Jim Cantore, a reporter for the Weather Channel, was almost blown away and hit by a flying tree branch as he tried to show how strong Hurricane Ian was.
Watch the video below:
— Collin Gross (@CollinGrossWx) September 28, 2022
Weather Channel anchor pleads with Jim Cantore to get off the street.
“Come on in for some cover, my man. We can have a conversation when you’re under some cover. That’s too much,” the anchor said.
Another weather reporter Mike Seidel, got hammered during a live broadcast.
Watch the video below:
Weather Channel got this reporter in hell man. pic.twitter.com/2A8dSdN4yM
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) September 28, 2022
“As of the 4 p.m. advisory, Hurricane Ian was moving north-northeast at 9 mph. It was located 10 miles west-southwest of Punta Gorda, Florida, and 20 miles northwest of Fort Myers,” Wesh reported.
“The storm is expected to cause life-threatening storm surge, catastrophic winds and flooding in the Florida peninsula,” the outlet added.
Watch the videos below:
— Moshe Schwartz (@YWNReporter) September 28, 2022
— Kaitlin Wright (@wxkaitlin) September 28, 2022
The storm surge is so powerful from #HurricaneIan that it has brought a shark into the city streets of Fort Myers.
— Colin McCarthy (@US_Stormwatch) September 28, 2022
WATCH Cars are floating down the streets in Naples as Hurricane Ian hammers Florida pic.twitter.com/zlsuHCAmat
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) September 28, 2022
Storm surge in Fort Myers, Florida is absolutely brutal right now.
Major hurricane Ian is currently equalling the 4th strongest hurricane to ever hit Florida.
This camera is 6ft above the ground btw
— Scott Duncan (@ScottDuncanWX) September 28, 2022
New video just in from Fort Myers, FL shows swimmers getting into the storm surge as Hurricane #Ian approaches.
This is EXTREMELY dangerous. I can’t believe I have to say this…. DO NOT GET INTO THE WATER! pic.twitter.com/jsoUPvX8uC
— Zach Covey (@ZachCoveyTV) September 28, 2022
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