CLEVELAND — Hurricane Ian, which made landfall in Florida as a Category 4 monster on Wednesday, is still on the move.
But what's next for the storm and will any remnants of Ian impact us here in Northeast Ohio throughout the days ahead?
Here's where we stand as of Friday morning...
After making landfall in South Carolina, the remnants of Ian are expected to track inland. Based on its current path, Ian would be just south of Ohio by Saturday.
“Nothing torrential here, but rain chances will be in the forecast," 3News meteorologist Hollie Strano says while explaining the biggest impact locally would be Sunday.
Here’s a day-by-day outlook from Strano regarding what we could expect from the remnants of Ian based on the storm’s latest path projections:
Clouds and winds increase.
Windy with rain showers.
Starting to clear with sun and clouds.
“This is all subject to change because as we continue to get new updates that track could change a little bit," Strano said Friday morning.
We will keep you updated.
For now, we're drying out across Northeast Ohio after experiencing several days of wet weather thanks to scattered lake effect rain.