Hurricane Ian to make final landfall Friday with storm surge, high winds, flooding rain in Carolinas - Fox Weather
Sep 30, 2022 5 mins, 4 secs
Hurricane Ian will make its final landfall in South Carolina on Friday after producing catastrophic damage earlier this week in Florida, where at least a dozen people were killed.

Hurricane Ian will make its final landfall Friday along the South Carolina coast.

Hurricane Warnings cover the entire coast of South Carolina and portions of southeastern North Carolina.

A storm surge of 4 to 7 feet is forecast along parts of the South Carolina coast from Isle of Palms to the South Carolina-North Carolina border.

Ian is currently centered about 60 miles east-southeast of Charleston, South Carolina, or 120 miles south-southwest of Cape Fear, North Carolina.

Hurricane Ian is expected to remain about the same strength through its landfall along the South Carolina coast Friday afternoon.

Hurricane-force winds are expected to spread along the rest of the South Carolina coast and portions of the southeastern North Carolina coast soon.

Hurricane-force winds are also possible farther north along the North Carolina coast Friday afternoon.

A storm surge of 4 to 7 feet is predicted along parts of the South Carolina coast from Isle of Palms to the South Carolina-North Carolina border.

A 3- to 5-foot surge is forecast from the South Carolina-North Carolina border northeastward to Cape Fear, North Carolina.

Charleston, South Carolina, prepares for Hurricane Ian to make landfall.

Hurricane Ian has South Carolina in its sight and is expected to make landfall as a Category 1 storm today. .

While Matthew only scraped the South Carolina coast, it brought heavy rains to the region and was responsible for 25 deaths, according to the National Hurricane Center.

Hurricane Ian is moving north toward the South Carolina coastline and is expected to make its final landfall on Friday afternoon in South Carolina.

High winds, life-threatening storm surge and flooding rainfall are all expected along the Southeast coast from Georgia up through the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

FOX Weather Hurricane Specialist Bryan Norcross explains that damaging winds and life-taking storm surge from Hurricane Ian are heading to the South Carolina coast this morning, and more torrential rain will come with the peak winds around landfall.

A buoy located about 41 nautical miles off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina, reported a hurricane-force wind gust of 74 mph on Friday morning.

Ian is currently centered about 105 miles south-southeast of Charleston, South Carolina, or 185 miles south-southwest of Cape Fear, North Carolina, and is crawling toward the north at only 9 mph.

Little change in strength is expected before Ian reaches the South Carolina coast Friday afternoon.

Hurricane-force winds (74-plus mph) are expected to begin along the South Carolina coast and portions of the southeastern North Carolina coast by Friday afternoon.

A storm surge of 4 to 7 feet is predicted along the South Carolina coast, including the city of Charleston.

A 3- to 5-foot surge is forecast from the South Carolina-North Carolina border to Cape Fear, North Carolina.

A storm surge of 3 to 5 feet is also expected from the Savannah River to Edisto Beach in South Carolina.

FOX Flight Team drone video shows calm before the storm in Charleston, South Carolina.

This video shot by the FOX Flight Team shows the calm before the storm in Charleston, South Carolina.

Hurricane Ian is expected to make a final landfall in South Carolina after coming ashore in southwestern Florida as a Category 4 hurricane on Wednesday.

Hurricane Ian is forecast to produce a life-threatening storm surge along the South Carolina coast, where the storm is expected to make landfall on Friday.

An inundation of 4 to 7 feet is predicted from Edisto Beach to the South Carolina-North Carolina border.

A storm surge between 4-7 feet is expected along the South Carolina coast from Charleston to Myrtle Beach.

This is because Hurricane Ian is approaching the region and is expected to make a final landfall along the Carolina coast.

Hurricane Ian is forecast to make landfall between the Beaufort, Charleston and Georgetown areas in South Carolina.

Ian is forecast to make landfall in South Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane on Friday.

According to Colorado State University tropical scientist Phil Klotzbach, Matthew in 2016 was the last hurricane to make landfall in South Carolina.

Klotzbach also noted that the most recent landfalling South Carolina hurricane that had previously made landfall in Florida as a hurricane was Charley in 2004, which made landfall in the same location and at the same intensity as Ian on Wednesday.

Fox News Correspondent Doug Luzader is in Charleston, South Carolina, where they are starting to feel some impacts from Hurricane Ian.

Fox News Correspondent Doug Luzader is in Charleston, South Carolina, and joined FOX Weather meteorologist Jason Frazer on Friday morning.

FOX Weather meteorologist Steve Bender breaks down the latest information on Hurricane Ian as it pushes closer to the South Carolina coast for another landfall. .

Ian is currently centered about 145 miles south-southeast of Charleston, South Carolina, or 225 miles south-southwest of Cape Fear, North Carolina, and is crawling toward the north-northeast at only 9 mph

Little change in strength is expected before Ian reaches the South Carolina coast later Friday

Hurricane-force winds (74-plus mph) are expected to begin along the South Carolina coast and portions of the southeastern North Carolina coast on Friday afternoon

Hurricane-force winds are also possible farther north along the North Carolina coast by later Friday afternoon

A storm surge of 4 to 7 feet is predicted along the South Carolina coast, including the city of Charleston

A 3- to 5-foot surge is forecast from the South Carolina-North Carolina border to Cape Fear, North Carolina

A storm surge of 3 to 5 feet is also expected from the Savannah River to Edisto Beach in South Carolina

Hurricane Ian is less than 200 miles from the South Carolina coast and landfall is expected within the next 12 hours

Life-threatening storm surge is possible along the coasts of Georgia and South Carolina

The hurricane was centered less than 175 miles away from Charleston and was moving in the direction of the central South Carolina coast

Storm Surge Warnings are in effect from the North Carolina border down south into northeastern Florida

Life-threatening storm surge will be possible through Friday along the coasts of Georgia and South Carolina

Storm Surge Warnings are in effect from the North Carolina border down south into northeastern Florida

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