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Multiple days of windy weather will cause drifting snow, icy roads and subzero wind chills.
WDAY's StormTRACKER meteorologists are watching the storm; check back for updates.
Many activities are canceled due to the weather on Thursday, Nov. 10.
Several counties along the Florida coast issued mandatory and voluntary evacuations orders for residents who live near the coast and on barrier islands and opened shelters at schools and community centers.
LUMA Energy said it restored service to 1.374 million, or about 94% of all customers by late Monday and expects to restore service to 90% of customers in the hardest hit areas by Oct. 6 so long as sufficient generation is available.
One of the mightiest storms to hit the U.S. mainland in recent years, Ian flooded communities before plowing across the peninsula to the Atlantic seaboard. Local power companies said more than 2.5 million homes and businesses in Florida remained without power.

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Residents across the state emptied store shelves of water and household items, as schools and colleges in the Tampa area and northwest Florida canceled classes through at least Thursday. The approaching storm also forced NASA to roll its giant Artemis 1 moon rocket off its Cape Canaveral lauchpad after postponing the mission for a third time.
During the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season — one of the most active on record — climate change boosted hourly rainfall rates in hurricane-force storms by 8%-11%, according to an April 2022 study in the journal Nature Communications.
Some 79% of customers, or 414,000, were without power in Nova Scotia, and 95%, or 82,000, had lost power on Prince Edward Island, utility companies said.

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