Satellite imagery shows Hurricane Ian’s devastating path | USA TODAY #Shorts

Timelapse footage from CIRA shows Hurricane Ian growing over the Atlantic Ocean before traveling from the Caribbean to the Southeast United States.

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Hurricane Ian swept through the Atlantic and southeast U.S. coast, leaving a path of catastrophic damage in Cuba, Florida and the Carolinas. Ian has left dozens dead, torn apart homes, caused life-threatening flooding and triggered widespread blackouts.

President Joe Biden said that Hurricane Ian is "likely to rank among the worst in the nation’s history," and noted Florida will take "months – years – to rebuild." Ian headed north into North Carolina, with heavy rain falling in the central Appalachians and mid-Atlantic.

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