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Hurricane Irma Blasts Past Puerto Rico With 180-MPH Winds; Risk Rises For Florida

Irma has slightly weakened — its sustained winds are now 180 mph instead of 185 mph — but it's likely to remain a Category 5 storm for the next two days.
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