Hurricane Ian Threatens Stressed Timber Supply Basin

Hurricane Ian is slated to build significant momentum in the coming days as it crosses the western side of Cuba and barrels towards the west coast of Florida. By mid-week, Ian will likely become a Category 4 hurricane packing sustained winds between 130 and 156 mph, which are capable of causing catastrophic damage in combination with flooding rains and storm surge.

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