The most recent path of Hurricane Ian sends wind and rain to South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia.

On Thursday afternoon, as Ian begins to make its initial impact,

High-level clouds with rising clouds and wind start to flow into the region.

Ian was 130 miles south-southwest of Dry Tortugas at 8 a.m.,

And 10 miles north-northeast of the Cuban city of Pinar del Rio.

This week, storm Ian is expected to cause up to 10 feet of flooding in the state's western regions,

This combination of storm surge and excessive rainfall is particularly dangerous. Through Monday,

There is a Hurricane Enhancement Watch in place from Tampa to the Florida Keys.