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For the latest on #TropicalstormIrma please visit www.nhc.noaa.gov

As of the 5:00 pm advisory #hurricaneirma remains a dangerously category 3 system with winds of 125 mph moving WNW at 9 mph. Weather conditions in south Florida should begin deteriorating with tropical force winds and hurricane force winds later in daybreak for the Florida Keys. Storm surges are highly expected with 6-12 ft of waves. Those areas under a hurricane warning should have already finalized the necessary supplies to survive #hurricane #irma. For the latest information on #hurricaneirma please visit www.nhc.noaa.gov

For the hourly updates on #hurricaneirma please visit www.nhc.noaa.gov As of the 11:00 pm advisory #Irma has regained strength to a dangerously category 5 system with sustained winds of 160 mph moving W at 13mph of pressure with 924 mb. Catastrophic storm surge is likely expected along with life threatening winds. Those areas in a hurricane warning should have finalized the necessary supplies. Those areas under a hurricane watch should start finalizing the needed supplies to survive #hurricaneirma

As of the 11:00 pm advisory #hurricaneirma remains a dangerous category 5 system with sustained winds to 165 mph heading WNW at 16 mph of pressure at 920 mb. Those areas under a hurricane warning should have finalized the necessary supplies during the storm. The areas under a hurricane watch should start finalizing for the necessary supplies for #irma. For the latest information on #hurricaneirma , please visit www.nhc.noaa.gov

As of the 5:00 pm advisory #hurricaneirma continues to stay as an extremely dangerous category 5 system. Maximum sustained winds are at 175mph with pressure of 922mb. Irma moving WNW at 16 mph. US mainland impact continue to increase. Evacuations to those areas in hurricane Watch are urged to move to safe land. For the latest information about #hurricaneirma please visit www.nhc.noaa.gov

As of the 11:00 am advisory, #hurricaneirma is heading WNW at 16 mph with 175 mph at minimum pressure of 921. #irma remains an extremely dangerous category 5 system. Those areas who are issued a hurricane warning preparation should have been completed. Those areas under a hurricane watch must finalize their necessary supplies. Storm surge watch has also been issued for southern Florida coasts of surge expected to be between 4-10 ft. For the latest information on #hurricaneirma visit www.nhc.noaa.gov

For the latest advisories for #hurricaneirma please visit, www.nhc.noaa.gov. Preparations for those areas in hurricane warnings should have finalized supplies needed.

For the latest information on #hurricaneirma visit www.hurricanes.gov

As of the special 8:15pm advisory, #HurricaneIrma is a catastrophic category 5 system. Sustained winds are up to 185 mph; breaking record for Atlantic basin. Irma is heading west at 15 mph with minimum pressure of 916 mb. All areas in hurricane warning should have already prepared for Irma's impact. Hurricane watch areas should be finalizing necessary supplies. Undetermined if Irma will make a direct impact on US mainland. Stay tuned for the latest @ www.nhc.noaa.com

As of the 8:00 AM CDT Advisory, #HurricaneHarvey has been downgraded to a category one system. Still a very powerful and dangerous storm with maximum sustained winds of 80mph moving inland NNW at 6mph. Storm surge is still in affect for coastal Texas towns with surge between 3-10 feet. Rain falls are estimated of between 25-40 inches of rain in some areas. For the latest information of #HurricaneHarvey stay tuned with www.nhc.noaa.gov

#HurricaneHarvey has made its official landfall as of the 11:00pm advisory over Aransas Bay, Texas as a powerful category 4 system. First major hurricane to hit the United States in over a decade. Maximum substained winds are at 130mph. Moving northwest at 7 mph. Hurricane warnings and mandatory evacuations have been issued for coastal towns of Texas. Heavy downpours between 25-40 inches of rain is expected in some areas. Storm surge may reach up to 10 feet. Possible tornados are expected to form in the path of the hurricane. For the latest information go to: www.nhc.noaa.gov

25 years ago Today, August 24th, 1992 Hurricane Andrew made landfall in Homestead, Florida as a category 5 system with maximum sustained winds that were up to 165 mph.

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