‘Sharknado’ Trends As Hurricane Ian Makes Landfall In Florida

The 'Sharknado' movie is now trending on Twitter which is due to Hurricane Ian making landfall in Southwestern Florida.

'Sharkado' Trends As Hurricane Ian Makes Landfall In Florida

Sharknado is now trending on Twitter which is due to Hurricane Ian making landfall in Southwestern Florida.

The near Category 5 Hurricane has left more than 1 million without power as winds estimated to have reached upwards of 150mph have pounded the Sunshine State.

Earlier saw Gov. Ron DeSantis urge residents to evacuate the impacted areas.

I was actually in Florida over the weekend for the Buffalo Bills vs Miami Dolphins football game where I managed to fly out in the rain on Monday.

A friend of mine recently moved to Cape Coral and evacuated himself and his family to North Carolina as Hurricane Ian made landfall right at Cape Coral and Fort Myers.

Another friend lives in the South East of Florida and is on the safer side of things.

Gov. Ron DeSantis is currently addressing the nation where he says his meteorologist believes the storm has peaked, DeSantis confirms the storm caused a lot of damage, and that hurricane winds will continue to hit the state, including Central Florida.

Regarding the Sharknado reference, a video has gone viral on Twitter that shows sharks swimming in the streets.

Sharknado is a series of sci-fi movies that tell about a storm that lifts sharks out of the ocean and deposits them into various cities with a motley crew of people battling the sharks who devour everyone in their path.

The first Sharknado was released in 2013 and spawned five more movies as well as spinoff films, video games, and comic books.

The tweet below featuring the sharks in Florida has over 40.1 likes with 10k retweets.