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Hurricane Ian, a category 4 storm with sustained winds over 150 mph, made landfall Wednesday afternoon in southwest Florida. The storm is expected to cause devastating damage as it makes its way northeast across the state.
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The category 4 storm had sustained winds of 150 mph, just shy of category 5 status, before making landfall in Lee County.
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