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These photos show how Hurricane Irma has trashed the Caribbean — and it's heading for Florida next

Hurricane Irma has spent the past day and a half wreaking havoc in the Caribbean. Irma is now a Category 4 storm, having downgraded from Category 5, the strongest possible designation. It featured wind speeds of up to 185 mph. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
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