A heroic act was recorded on video after a man bravely saved a trapped cat amidst the heavy rains in Florida. The man became a social media hero showing love for the animals.
Megan Cruz Scavo posted the video on Twitter. In the video, a man, Scavo’s boyfriend, saved the frightened cat against the big waves.
They called the cat miracle Ian, and the Twitter post said that they started to help affected homes by honoring the miracle cat.
As of September 30, 2022, the Twitter post garnered over 21k retweets, 3,562 quote tweets, and 196.3k likes. The man’s efforts touched netizens.
Hurricane Ian brought heavy rains and strong winds to Florida, causing flooding and damage to property, power lines, and trees. Local officials mobilized linemen and the national guards to assist residents affected by Hurricane Ian.
— Megan Cruz Scavo (@MeganScavo) September 28, 2022
Hurricane Ian has strengthened into Hurricane. In the latest advisory, the NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center announced that the Hurricane maintained 85 mph (140 km/h) maximum sustained winds with higher gusts.
On the other hand, the WeatherFlow station on Fort Sumter Range Front Light in South Carolina shared that Hurricane Ian was seen with a 40 mph (65 km/h) sustained winds and 58 mph (93 km/h) gust.
The advisory added that Hurricane Ian was moving north at nine mph (15 km/h). Additionally, Hurricane Ian was tracked by NHC at about 105 miles of Charleston, South Carolina.
Hurricane Ian is expected to a rapid weakening, becoming an extratropical low over North Carolina on Saturday.
Moreover, Hurricane Ian is said to reach South Carolina’s coast today, and it will continue to move farther to central North Carolina and easter Carolina tonight on Saturday.
On the other hand, Hurricane Ian is expected to unload the storm rainfall that has the potential to cause flooding, mudslide, and landslide. According to the NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center, the total rainfall amounts are:
- Four to eight inches with local maxima of 12 inches in Northeast South Carolina.
- Three to six inches with local maxima of eight inches in Central South Carolina, North Carolina, and southern Virginia.
The advisory warned that river flooding in central Florida would continue through next week. At the same time, small river flooding could happen in coastal and northeast South Florida.
The Hurricane Center also said that a few tornadoes have the potential to emerge.
As Hurricane Ian unloaded flooding rainfall, preparing during and after the Hurricane is crucial. The Hurricane managed to strengthen despite weakening, according to forecasts. As a result, understanding reminders during and after the Hurricane can save a life.
- As Hurricane Ian approaches, keep updated with current weather reports and announcements from local officials.
- Refrain from traveling outdoors since Hurricane Ian could damage trees and power lines and inundate rivers. Roads could have zero visibility.
- Fully charge your gadgets, including mobile phones. Hurricanes can turn down power lines causing power outages.
- Prepare an emergency bag with primary documents, food supplies, and medicines.
- Follow the announcements from state officials for possible evacuations.
- After the Hurricane, check yourself for any injuries. Loo at your home for possible damage and repairs.
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