Irma a powerful Category 5 Hurricane moving toward Caribbean

Hurricane Irma maintained immense strength and power per this evenings 8:00pm National Hurricane Center Advisory, with maximum sustained winds of 185mph. The Hurricane is in the upper echelon of Atlantic-based storms, packing the second highest sustained winds on record since the satellite era of hurricane observations began. Irma will continue on a west/northwest heading this evening, on course for potentially catastrophic impacts in parts of the Caribbean.

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