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Researchers given warn of rapid intensification of storm that could hit next week landfall in Florida
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If the storm happen according to the official track Friday then it would make landfall at Wednesday and it's name will be Ian
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The Caribbean Sea is making a tropical cyclone that has the Florida Peninsula in its crosshairs,
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and forecasters warning of a rapid intensification that could slingshot the system to major hurricane strength as it nears the Sunshine State.
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As of 5 p.m. Friday, the disturbance dubbed Tropical Depression Nine was still gaining strength in the Caribbean with 35-mph winds and moving west-northwest.
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A turn toward the north as it approaches western Cuba is expected Monday before it begins to gorge on the 83- to 85-degree, high-octane waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
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State of emergency declared:Gov. Ron DeSantis declares 'state of emergency' for 24 counties for Tropical Depression 9
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National Hurricane Center meteorologists said the track forecast Friday was a spread from the eastern Gulf of Mexico to east of Miami,
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and could change significantly depending on the forward speed of the system and an expected dip in the jet team that will pick the system up and move it east.
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