Hurricane Ian, after destruction in Florida storm moves to South Carolina. More than two million people are woke up without any power supply in the early morning of Friday, taking the lives of 12 people in Florida. According to the weather service, life-threatening Storms will result in flooding rains and stormy winds, which can be an intimation alert to the people of South Carolina and Georgia. Massive destruction and the situation in Florida appear in many videos on social media by which we can imagine the threat to those people who are suffering from this disaster. At the time of reporting weather news one reporter flies away due to wind speed. He was literally thrown away by wind speed, and fortunately, he found a branch of a tree by which he saved himself from further dangerous situation. All these scary situations and incidents are becoming challenges for citizens and the government to get control over this natural calamity in Florida and in other states of the United States.
Weather reports regarding the United States specified that Hurricane Ian Storm is upgraded to category one storm on Thursday afternoon, which turned into the second landfall in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. The intensity of a cyclone is indicated in the category of that Storm. There are five categories of hurricanes through which weather forecasters conclude its speed, type of destruction, and damage in a particular area. Though category one storm’s speed is minimal, it can turn into flood rainfall and landfall, creating a high risk for people’s lives. In South Carolina, it is reported that the Storm is in its Category 1, which has a speed of 75-95 mph, and the storm surge is between 4-5 feet tall with minimal landfall damage.
As Ian storm entered into its Category 1, it spread towards many states and cities of the United States, so the government is facing challenges while controlling the situation in states like Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, and. The communities located in the coastal region face more damage and destruction after calming down from the Storm in Florida. Meyer beach’s first look is full of destruction of boats and trees due to flooding and tall storm surge in the sea while storming.
Category 4 storms have about 130-156 mph of wind speed at an extreme level, and Storm surge going up to 13-18 feet in height which is highly destructive. When Hurricane Ian hit Florida’s Gulf Coast, its category was 4, so it becoming one of the strongest and deadliest stormy cyclones which US ever faced.