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Watch live: Florida webcams as Hurricane Ian makes landfall

Several web cams show the impact of Hurricane Ian as it approaches Florida.
Credit: AP
Visitors to the Southernmost Point buoy brave the high waves from Hurricane Ian crash for photos, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022, in Key West, Fla. Ian was forecast to strengthen even more over warm Gulf of Mexico waters, reaching top winds of 140 mph (225 kmh) as it approaches the Florida's southwest coast. (AP Photo/Mary Martin)

KEY WEST, Fla. — All eyes remain on Hurricane Ian as it made landfall in Florida as a major hurricane.

Ian brought with it a major storm surge, strong winds and large amounts of rain to some parts of Florida. 

Several areas in the Tampa area had earlier issued evacuation orders in anticipation of the storm's arrival.

As the storm moves inland, its effects are being seen across parts of Florida. Check out the view in the webcams below:

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(Note that some of these cameras may go down as hurricane conditions strengthen.)

Naples, Florida beach cam

SW Florida Traffic cams

Englewood Beach, Florida

Front Street, Florida Keys web cam

U.S. 1 Florida Keys Traffic camera

Pigeon Key, Florida web cam

Fort Myers, Florida beach cam

Hollywood, Florida beach cam

Cape Coral Chiquita Lock Stream #1

Cape Coral Chiquita Lock Stream #2

RELATED: Hurricane Ian live streams and cameras from around the Tampa Bay area

Other webcams:

Dry Tortugas live cam

Southernmost Point Key West, Florida

More Key West webcams

Now is not the time to let your guard down. Make sure you have your plan in place and hurricane kit ready at hand. Check out our full list of hurricane hacks here. 


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