More than 2.5 million clients across Florida were without power Thursday morning after Typhoon Ian, presently a hurricane

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pummeled the state as one of the most remarkable tempests to at any point stir things up around town States

causing far and wide decimation and flooding that caught occupants in their homes.

Ian was downsized to a typhoon Thursday morning subsequent to banging into Florida's southwest coast as a significant

Classification 4 tropical storm Wednesday evening, bringing winds of 150 mph and perilous tempest flood.

Most extreme supported breezes dropped to approach 65 mph with higher blasts early Thursday

however the tempest has kept on causing obliteration as it moves upper east.

In the mean time, in Cuba, power is gradually being reestablished for occupants the nation over following clearing blackouts afterward.