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Shift in Hurricane Ian track could bring 10 inches of rain to North Carolina coast

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    A track shift by Hurricane Ian means North Carolina’s coast could see a deluge, with as much as 10 inches of rain in some spots, according to the National Hurricane Center. The Category 4 storm — with sustained winds of 155 mph — is predicted to make landfall near Port Charlotte, Florida, Wednesday, Sept. 28, about 100 miles south of initial projections. That shift means Ian will likely cross Florida and end up back in the ocean, where it will then make landfall again as a downgraded tropical storm near the Georgia/South Carolina line Friday evening, forecasters say.

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