Monday, September 11, 2017

LIVE Hurricane Irma Update: Florida Storm Surge VIDEO MASSIVE Flood footage latest tracking updates



9/11/2017 breaking news update: devastating aftermath, URGENT relief : dangerous storm surge Jacksonville, Cape Coral, Fort Myers Water rising up Florida coast after Hurricane Irma makes landfall Naples, Florida Keys, Irma back to CAT 4 winds 130 MPH. 3.5 million may lose power as Hurricane Irma’s winds, thunderstorms and tornadoes swept through South Florida. Hurricane Irma CAT 4 storm strengthens before hitting Florida real-time tracking Irma path live stream update. Hurricane Irma SLAMS Florida: Landfall, Storm Surge VIDEO flood footage latest updates



Sunday, September 10, 2017

Hurricane IRMA Destroying Lives- NEVER SEEN BEFORE

Hurricane Irma is already being felt on the eastern part of Florida as bands of tropical-storm force winds sweep through the heavily populated areas of Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

The Florida Keys are bracing for a catastrophic direct hit around daybreak Sunday, when the eye is expected to pass over the spindly islands.


The National Hurricane Center says Irma's projected path is continuing to shift to the west, just a few crucial miles, that should keep its eye just off Florida's west coast on a track to hit St. Petersburg, not Miami or even Tampa.

The hurricane's leading edge was already lashing the Florida Keys with hurricane force winds. If the center of the storm keeps moving over warm Gulf of Mexico water, it may regain more strength before making landfall again.

St. Petersburg, like Tampa, has not taken a head-on blow from a major hurricane in nearly a century. Clearwater would be next, and then the storm would finally go inland northwest of Ocala.

The storm currently has top sustained winds of 120 mph (193 kph) and is moving northward at about 6 mph (10 kph).


 

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