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Ian turns mostly northward and heads for Carolinas

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National Weather Service
The location and projected path of Hurricane Ian as of 5:00 AM, Friday, September 30.

Hurricane Ian has veered mostly north and is expected to make landfall on the South Carolina coast later today. The storm’s impacts are likely to be felt primarily in the Carolinas.

Locally, a wind advisory remains in effect until 8:00 PM, and the National Weather Service predicts partly sunny skies in our area on Friday, with highs in the lower 70s and a 30 percent chance of rain, dropping to 20 percent on Saturday.

Martin Matheny is WUGA's Program Director and a host and producer of our local news program 'Athens News Matters.' He started at WUGA in 2012 as a part-time classical music host and still hosts WUGA's longest-running local program 'Night Music' which is heard on WUGA and GPB Classical. He lives in Normaltown with his wife, Shaye and dog, Murphy.
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