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Touring Irma’s Path

President Trump will be visiting Florida today after Hurricane Irma left a path of destruction.

  Parts of people’s homes and lives are still scattered around Florida, debris lining the streets throughout the state. Some of the worst-hit areas will get a visit later today from President Trump.  A drive through some parts of Florida give the impression Irma just left a few hours ago. People are still overwhelmed by the scope of the damage…

Irma Weakens To Tropical Storm

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WFXB) – Hurricane Irma has weakened into a still-dangerous tropical storm. The remnants of Hurricane Irma swept north through Florida on Monday, leaving behind a trail of debris, flooding and power outages after the storm roared up the state’s Gulf Coast and brought its drenching rainfall and battering winds on toward Georgia. The National Hurricane Center says…

Irma Hits Florida

Hurricane Irma continues up the state of Florida, bringing strong winds, power outages, and a storm surge that could be deadly.

  A monster hurricane marching north through south Florida, knocking out power to millions, creating rivers in the street, and even spawning tornadoes. Irma started out as a category four storm. 400 miles wide, packing 130 mile per hour winds. Over 100,000 people are taking refuge in more than 500 shelters across the state.While the storm has weakened, forecasters are…

Anticipating Irma

Hundreds of thousands are fleeing Hurricane Irma as the category 5 storm heads toward Florida.

  It could be one of the country’s worst natural disasters. Hurricane Irma is headed right for south Florida. The national hurricane center says Irma will make a direct hit on Florida. Landfall s expected Saturday or Sunday, but it’s too soon to tell if it will be a category four or five storm. Uncertainty about the storm’s track and…

Preparing for Irma

Anxious residents up and down the Florida coast prepare for the arrival of Hurricane Irma.

  Hurricane Irma has been battering the Caribbean with record winds and heavy rain and is expected to continue churning slowly toward Florida, with a potential direct hit this weekend. Evacuation orders are in effect in several counties. As people scramble to get their homes ready, there have been shortages of basic supplies like food, water, and gas. Highways have…