Tropical Storm Ian has fashioned and will make landfall as a primary storm at the west coast of Florida subsequent week. 

The National Hurricane Center counseled that the lengthy-variety tune for the storm is extra unsure than traditional.

After passing Cuba, Ian will track through the eastern Gulf of Mexico, bringing impacts to Florida as early as Tuesday.

Heavy rain, hurricane-force winds, and storm surge are expected across the Keys and the West Coast of Florida this week.

The Florida Keys are forecast to see 4 to 6 inches of rain, west-central Florida is forecast to see 8 to 10 inches of rain with isolated totals up to 15 inches possible

Tropical storm conditions are forecast to reach the west-central Florida coast Tuesday night, with hurricane conditions possible on Wednesday.

Anclote River to Englewood, Florida, including Tampa Bay: 5 to 8 feet Englewood to Bonita Beach, Florida, including Charlotte Harbor: 4 to 7 feet

Bonita Beach to East Cape Sable, Florida: 3 to 5 feet East Cape Sable to Card Sound Bridge, Florida, including Florida Bay: 2 to 4 feet