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Here are 8 dire warnings proving ‘nowhere will be safe’ once Irma makes landfall in South Florida

Dire warnings increased on the awesome scale and power of Hurricane Irma as south Florida evacuated. “This is as real as it gets,” the National Weather Service tweeted — in all caps. “Nowhere in the Keys will be safe.” The Atlantic basin generated more Accumulated...
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