Flooded towns, desperate rescues, 2.5M without power as Tropical Storm Ian continues to wallop Florida

Floridians woke up Thursday to flooded homes and uprooted trees as powerful Hurricane Ian

Daylight State with weighty downpour and solid breezes subsequent to ramming into it as one of the most grounded storms in U.S. history.

More than 2.5 Florida million homes and business were without power early Thursday

Ian, which made landfall on Florida's west coast as a Classification 4 beast Wednesday evening,

debilitated to a hurricane yet was estimate to go on thundering

the state the vast majority of the day preceding going out into the Atlantic.

The tempest overflowed whole networks, leaving occupants abandoned in their homes with battering 150 mph greatest supported breezes

he storm recently attacked Cuba, killing two individuals and cutting down the country's electrical framework

No injuries or deaths have been reported in Florida.