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Hurricane Irma: What you need to know

12 September 2017

Two to 4 inches of rain are expected, with locally higher totals possible.

Eric Silagy, the CEO of Florida Power & Light, said Irma caused the most widespread damage in the company's history. On Monday, Jacksonville on the state's north Atlantic Coast reported a surge of more than 5 feet of water, according to the National Weather Service. More than 100,000 were in the dark in Georgia.

As of 10 a.m. CDT Monday, Tropical Storm Irma was located about 70 miles east of Tallahassee, Fla., and was moving north-northwest at 17 mph.

Tonight should see lows near 59 with winds at 25 to 35 miles per hour with gusts near 45. with a chance of rain and thunderstorms through the night.

The entire state of Georgia is now covered in rain from Irma
The storm is now about 60 miles northwest of Gainesville, Florida and moving at about 17 mph toward the Chattahoochee Valley area. The Times reports that as many as 5.8 million people in the state are without power, and at least four people are reported dead.

By Sunday morning, the Tampa-St.

Irma has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but officials say it still poses a wind and flooding threat as it tracks northward. He also described downed power lines and other debris.

Hurricane Jose is lingering in the Atlantic as a category three hurricane, amid fears it could affect parts of the U.S. east coast later this week. "The surge is yet to be finished".

At least three deaths were reported in Florida in relation to the hurricane.

Surviving Irma on Marco Island: 'It was a badass hurricane'
Dave Baer confirmed that there are parts of the island, like Barfield Drive, with 1 to 2 feet of standing water. Additional slow weakening is expected, and Irma is expected to be a tropical depression by Tuesday afternoon.

One of the most powerful hurricanes ever to make US landfall has left millions of people across Florida without power.

The hurricane center is forecasting that storm surge could be the most dramatic in the Miami area and in Collier, Monroe and Lee counties, all of which could see surge higher than 9 feet above ground. House-to-house searches will begin Monday, and C-130 military cargo planes will bring emergency supplies to the Keys.

Numerous hurricane warnings and watches are in effect, including the Tampa Bay region and all of south Florida. But the storm won't have much moisture or strength left by the time it gets here, according to the National Weather Service.

Tropical storm warnings have been discontinued for the Florida Keys and surrounding areas, and the storm surge warning is discontinued for the Keys and Miami areas.

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Journalists covering the storm shared images and video that showed the power of these winds.

Hurricane Irma: What you need to know