Hurricane Ian strengthens into major Category 3: When will it make landfall in Florida?

Hurricane Ian strengthens into major Category 3: When will it make landfall in Florida?

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40 Responses

  1. Nicky Borrill says:

    We just got back to the UK from Florida, thoughts are with all the wonderful people there who make our vacations so magical, their families, their friends, and everyone else in the state. Please take care and look after yourselves now! I really will be keeping my fingers crossed that this does not turn out as bad as it looks.

    • David Martinez says:

      @Jona7Fer You are delusional, you have lost your mind.

    • Jona7Fer says:

      Hi, if you are not saved, and would like to be included in the rapture of the church. Believe that Jesus’s death on the cross, was enough to pay for ALL your sins , yes ALL ,(past, present and future) That is what the Gospel is about. We are saved by GOD’S amazing grace, through our faith in Jesus’s sinless life, death on the cross and resurrection 3 days later . No additional works needed. It is literally that simple. Ephesians 2:8-9 Romans 10:9-10 Romans 4:5

    • David Martinez says:

      @Repent and believe in Jesus Christ CHRISTIANITY IS A MENTAL ILLNESS, SAD

    • Repent and believe in Jesus Christ says:

      Repent to Jesus Christ “What, then, shall we say in response to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us?”
      ‭‭Romans‬ ‭8:31‬ ‭NIV‬‬

    • A O'Neal says:

      @Nicky Borrill it’s nothing to do with witchcraft here either, the fundies are just on one today 🤗

  2. Kei says:

    I’m in Seminole county. I’m hoping everyone stays safe through this. 🙏

    • Dusan Vukicevic says:

      @Lea Winter same in Seminole and my son’s high school canceled for rest of the week.

    • Bonnie Howell says:

      @Mary Dupureur We will be OK. We will probably just experience tropical storm water and have some rain dumped on us if this storm moves slow. As long as you’re not in a low lying area you should be fine.

    • Repent and believe in Jesus Christ says:

      Repent to Jesus Christ “What, then, shall we say in response to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us?”
      ‭‭Romans‬ ‭8:31‬ ‭NIV‬‬

    • Chris says:

      Thanks for the offer of help bro. If you need a hand reach out ok

  3. hello_lydie says:

    My parents are in St. Pete ( I grew up there). They are in their 80’s, so I’m worried. Thankfully my son and his family moved to NC 8 weeks ago, they were in Tampa.
    Praying for everyone in Florida’s safety 🙏

  4. Stefany Hyer says:

    I was 7 months pregnant with my first child when hurricane harvey hit and I lost everything. It felt like the rain would never stop, and it was the most awful feeling being flooded and trapped. You cannot get in or out and no one is coming to save you, so please leave early and you can always go back. Everything is replaceable but people and animals are not. Take all of your important documents and some pictures if possible and put them in a plastic bin in case they still get wet. Expect no power for 1-2 weeks. We were doing quick rinsing off and I just remember feeling so gross without power. Just help each other and take it serious. Get chargers, phones, laptops, tablets, flashlights, clothes blankets and pillows. Sleep in your car if you have to and don’t forget your animals. Praying for you all! Try to fill up on gas and stay full. Hopefully you all have food and water. I have a terrible feeling about this storm. 🙏🏽💙💙💙

  5. Shayne Baca says:

    Be safe to the people of Florida. Be smart and evacuate if needed!

  6. Had a DAT says:

    We are stocking up supplies and getting ready to deliver for when it’s over. TX/LA border is praying for you and waiting to assist.

  7. NOLATechy says:

    As a New Orleanean, I am WELL aware of what the Floridians are about to deal with. Speaking from EXPERIENCE (Katrina), if you are in an area that is even “recommended” to evacuate, pack your bags with clothing for at least a week, bring any insurance info, important papers (marriage, birth, death certificates), family photos, and any other irreplaceable items with you. Bring your pets, don’t leave them behind. Remember to bring phone, tablets, computer chargers, etc. Even if you can’t find a hotel, leave anyway. You can always sleep in your car at a state patrolled rest area with security if necessary (I did for two nights until I found a hotel). The important thing to remember is if you lose your house, you can rebuild or get another one. You can’t get another life. I pray for all of your safety.

    • ray Ray says:

      @Youdontknowme : you are so right . I met her just last week at a taco stand . Nice person.

    • NOLATechy says:

      @KingTheeGreat One And yet there are literally thousands of people in Tampa area who have never experienced a hurricane in their life. Those are the people I am trying to help. I don’t need your comment to dissuade me from trying to help people to survive a very dangerous hurricane. What is so bad about that?

    • KingTheeGreat One says:

      @Demography Now! right exactly what i was thinking

    • KingTheeGreat One says:

      bro florida the hurricane Capitol calm down with that paragraph

  8. Ann O'Halloran says:

    My neighbor left his dog tied outside in hurricane Alicia. That was in the 80s. I still kick myself for not going out and getting/stealing that poor dog. I was young and dumb and timid. Always be Karen when you see such neglect.

    • Baratone Levy says:

      @Hunters4theWin I was the dog

    • Baratone Levy says:

      @omcorc I am the storm

    • omcorc says:

      @LTV Wow, you just played “let’s make baseless presumptions about someone” bingo! Now is not the time for people to be crying in their beer about something that happened decades ago. Now is the time for action. Period. End of discussion.

    • LTV says:

      @omcorc – congratulations you’ve now made this about you! Someone was expressing their regret that they did not act upon their intuition and you want to trivialize the emotion, …..hmm…it’s a known fact that all psychopaths lack compassion, understanding and use distractions (“the millions stranding”) as cover. I don’t like you.

  9. Annette w. says:

    Praying for Florida, from Katy Texas, survived Harvey and Ike. Life is precious. Evacuate.

    • David Martinez says:

      @Richard MOORER I agree, you cannot prove make believe.

    • Richard MOORER says:

      @David Martinez I don’t need to prove it nor can really prove to you. I know for myself that when I hit bottom and Could Not pick myself up, i cried out to The Lord.. ( it wasn’t instantaneously) but I did not give up! I had no where else to turn. I was directed to attend a ministry , I resisted for a month.. after I attended the 1st time my life began changing.. I didnt go to church in a suit.. I went in a flannel shirt and jeans.. God changed my heart and my life, He wants a true relationship with us , like a father .. but unless He draws you , you cant do it anyway.. the bible says today is the day of salvation, meaning call out to Him, if you’re sincere He will hear and answer you.. a friend of mine was literally dying on his floor from doing cocaine overdose.. he cried out to God (Jesus) if you’ll spare me, save my life I will serve You! God saved him! Its supernatural, its spiritual! You cant do better than Creator God loving you no matter what you’ve done.. 🙏

    • David Martinez says:

      @Here There You sound like a delusional Christian. He done more than you. What did you do, pray?

  10. Carlene Primus says:

    This storm looks like it will be traveling up the east coast. Praying for safety for everyone in the path of this storm.

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