Hurricane Ian: See spaghetti models, path and storm activity for Georgia

After making landfall as a powerful Category 4 hurricane, Ian weakened into a tropical storm as it made its way across Florida Wednesday night, according to the National Hurricane Center.

Late Thursday, Ian became a hurricane again as it heads toward landfall in South Carolina Friday, according to the latest NHC advisory.

The storm is expected to bring life-threatening flooding, storm surge and gusty winds across Georgia and the Carolinas, with impacts to the Savannah area expected on Friday.

On Tuesday, Gov. Brian Kemp issued a state of emergency ahead of the storm.

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What's the storm season forecast for 2022?

Forecasters expect yet another busy Atlantic hurricane season in 2022. As many as 10 hurricanes could form, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Overall, NOAA said 14 to 21 named storms could develop.

Track Hurricane Ian's path

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Track Hurricane Ian with spaghetti models

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Helpful hurricane resources and links

Get your home ready: Here's how to prepare your home for a hurricane, from well in advance to just before a storm's arrival

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What food supplies to have? Get enough nonperishable foods to last two weeks

Hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones: What’s an invest and why do they keep saying tropical cyclone?

Savannah Storm Guide: Everything you need to know about preparing for a hurricane or tropical storm in our resource guide

Officials encourage residents to assemble a hurricane kit early, storing enough supplies to last at least three days. Doing so ensures there are adequate supplies available on store shelves and prevents a rush — and shortages — that regularly occur when a storm is imminent.

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This article originally appeared on Savannah Morning News: Hurricane Ian path: See spaghetti models, storm tracker for Georgia