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"Deadly, Devastating" Hurricane Irma Closes In On Florida; Millions Expected To Be Left Without Power

After "carving a path of destruction through the Caribbean," a path which left 90% of Barbuda "uninhabitable" and nearly a million people without power in Puerto Rico, a slightly weakened, but still devastatingly massive Category-4 Hurricane Irma is closing in on Florida. Here is the latest from the National Hurricane Center: Irma is forecast to remain in a favorable warm water, light shear environment for the next 36-48 h.
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