We have a lot of rain still to go across the peninsula, says NBC meteorologist Brian James

We have a lot of rain still to go across the peninsula, says nbc meteorologist brian james

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NBC News Brian James joins Shep Smith to look at how he expects Hurricane Ian to play out over the next few days. It’s now a category 3 storm.

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