As the hurricane approaches, here's a checklist of what to do as the storm approaches, broken down by hours. (Credit: Mia2you/Shutterstock) As the hurricane approaches, here's a checklist of what to do as the storm approaches, broken down by hours. (Credit: Mia2you/Shutterstock)

Hurricane Ian intensified to a Category 2 during the evening of September 26, 2022, with maximum sustained winds of 100 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center, which projects the storm to pass near west central coast of Florida in the coming days.

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