WATCH LIVE: View of Englewood, Fla. as Hurricane Ian approaches from EarthCam

Watch live: view of englewood, fla. As hurricane ian approaches from earthcam

Washington Post published this video item, entitled “WATCH LIVE: View of Englewood, Fla. as Hurricane Ian approaches from EarthCam” – below is their description.

Hurricane Ian is expected to make landfall on the Florida coast Wednesday afternoon. An EarthCam livestream in Englewood, Fla., shows strong wind and waves. Read more:

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