Damaging winds, with potential for gusts up to 70 miles per hour, developed in Colorado mountains overnight and have spread to the eastern plains.
Tropical cyclones have been growing stronger worldwide over the past 30 years, and not just the big ones that you hear about.
If you look back at the history of Atlantic hurricanes since the late 1800s, it might seem hurricane frequency is on the rise.
It's hard for most people to imagine more than 5 feet of snow in one storm, like parts of the Buffalo area are seeing this weekend, but these extreme snowfall events sometimes happen along the eastern edges of the Great Lakes.
Preliminary property damage estimates for Hurricane Ian so far range from $42 billion to as much as $258 billion, with some landing in the middle.