Parts Of Florida Brace For Potentially Deadly Storm Surge

Parts of florida brace for potentially deadly storm surge

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Parts Of Florida Brace For Potentially Deadly Storm Surge” – below is their description.

NBC News meteorologist Somara Theodore takes a closer look at Hurricane Ian’s projected path along Florida’s west coast and breaks down how dangerous the storm surge could be. 

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