As Hurricane Ian's eyewall approaches land and the threat for extreme wind is expected inland, the National Weather Service will issue an Extreme Wind Warning (EWW).

Orange County Sheriff, Mayor Says Expect Direct Impact From Hurricane Ian

Expect a direct impact to Orange County, with up to 2ft of rain & tropical storm force winds of 35 mph starting at 2 p.m. according to John Mina, Orange County Sheriff, and Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings.

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Expect a direct impact to Orange County, with up to 2ft of rain & tropical storm force winds of 35 mph starting at 2 p.m. according to John Mina, Orange County Sheriff, and Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings.

“Please get to where you will ride out the storm by then, “said the sheriff. “We could see winds of 95+mph in next 24 hrs.”

OCSO has doubled staffing for the storm period. Report suspicious activity by calling 911 or the non-emergency number: 407-836-4357.

“Our Deputies are prepared to assist in post-storm rescue operations,” said Sheriff Mina.

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