Hurricane Ian hit Cuba on Tuesday taking out power for the entire country. While here in Miami-Dade County and Broward County school and most businesses were closed in preparation for the storm to make landfall over south Florida.
Miami-Dade County and Broward County was mostly hit with the outer bands. Many tornadoes were the result of Ian churning through Pembroke Pines. Residents are devested with damage to there homes. Missing roofs and many trees blown down making if difficult for cleanup to begin.
At Perry Airport planes were turned upside down. In winds as strong as 155mph more than 2 dozen planes have damage.
"It was probably about 30 planes that were damaged. A tornado came through the south, came up that way, they're doing the final assessments now, they'll work with the, you know, local aviation teams, Broward County aviation trains for these kind of things," Broward Mayor Michael Udine said. As reported by Local10news.