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Hurricane Ian's center is approaching western Cuba and the storm is expected to move toward Florida, triggering a series of alerts and flood warnings. This satellite image was captured shortly after 2 p.m. ET Monday.
A large stretch of Florida's coast is now under a hurricane watch. Ian is only the fourth hurricane of the Atlantic season, but experts warn that even one storm can upend many people's lives.
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