Hurricane Irma Shifts To Western Florida

 Saturday, September 9, 2017

 FOX News

Hurricane Irma was expected to strengthen Saturday after barreling into Cuba and shifting its path toward Florida. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) said Irma was located about 225 miles south of Miami with maximum sustained winds decreasing to 130 mph. The NHC said the hurricane was expected to strengthen once it moves away from Cuba and remain powerful as it approaches Florida.
The center said the eye of Irma was expected to hit the Florida Keys, southwest Florida and Tampa sometime Sunday, but the entire state would feel the storm’s effects. Forecasters said the track of the storm was shifting west, unlike previous reports that had the storm hitting southern Florida.
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