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Ian, packing winds just below the threshold of becoming a Category 1 hurricane, was about 275 miles south of Charleston, according to the National Hurricane Center's 2 p.m. update Sept. 29. The storm's exact path remained uncertain, but it was increasingly likely Ian would re-strengthen to a low-level hurricane before making landfall in South Carolina by the morning of Sept. 30, according to the Weather Service.  Read more

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FLIGHTS FROM CHARLESTON

PREPARING FOR IAN