WHOOSH! Weather Reporters Nearly Get Blown Away by Hurricane Ian During Live Broadcast (VIDEO)

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Hurricane Ian made landfall on Florida’s west coast on Wednesday as a category 4 storm, as reported by The Gateway Pundit.

The eye of the storm hit Cape Coral Wednesday with maximum sustained winds of 155 miles per hour.

During a live broadcast, two weather reporters were hammered by the strong winds of a category 4 hurricane.

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Jim Cantore, a reporter for the Weather Channel, was almost blown away and hit by a flying tree branch as he tried to show how strong Hurricane Ian was.

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Weather Channel anchor pleads with Jim Cantore to get off the street.

“Come on in for some cover, my man. We can have a conversation when you’re under some cover. That’s too much,” the anchor said.

Another weather reporter  Mike Seidel, got hammered during a live broadcast.

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“As of the 4 p.m. advisory, Hurricane Ian was moving north-northeast at 9 mph. It was located 10 miles west-southwest of Punta Gorda, Florida, and 20 miles northwest of Fort Myers,” Wesh reported.

“The storm is expected to cause life-threatening storm surge, catastrophic winds and flooding in the Florida peninsula,” the outlet added.

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