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Warren County and Emergency Officials monitor Ian

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Warren County Fire and Rescue and Town of Front Royal have announced that they and Emergency Officials are closely monitoring Hurricane Ian.

Ian has once again intensified with landfall expected in the Carolinas today.

Keep track of the latest from the National Weather Service here.

Once Ian strikes land it is expected to weaken considerably over the southeast portion of the United States into tomorrow.

However Virginia remains under a state of emergency as high winds and rains are expected into the early part of the week.

The winds and rains could cause flash flooding, flooding and damaging winds.

Power providers have had crews standing by for recovery ready to go where needed.

All available Virginia State Police Officials are ready to be deployed into the hardest hit areas as well.

Kemp Miller will also have the latest weather available throughout the weekend and beyond as always.

Stay tuned to the River 953 and Fox Sports Radio 1450 to stay up to the minute.

Additional helpful information is provide at VAemergency.gov/hurricanes and ready.gov/hurricanes.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

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