Fallen Power Lines Arc in Central Florida as Hurricane Ian Moves Northeast

Fallen powerlines in Winter Haven in central Florida arced up as Hurricane Ian moved northeast across the Sunshine State on Wednesday night, September 28.

The National Hurricane Center said Ian came ashore near Cayo Costa as a Category 4 hurricane with maximum sustained wind speeds of 150 mph.

In the early hours of Thursday, the NHC said the hurricane would move into the Atlantic later in the day. Credit: Winter Haven Fire Department via Storyful

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