Hurricane Ian swamps Key West with surf, flooding, wind. Videos show what it looks like

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In some spots in Key West, it’s hard to tell where the street ends and the ocean begins.

As Hurricane Ian approached Florida, waves rolled into the Southernmost City Tuesday and Wednesday and winds picked up, with gusts as high as 70 mph.

Power outages also are reported, with crews resuming repairs at sunrise.

Ian on Wednesday morning turned into a dangerous Cat 4 hurricane, and the Keys remain under a tropical storm warning.

Here’s what the streets look like in Monroe County so far: