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Update: Travel Waivers From Airlines Due to Hurricane Irma

After landfall of Hurricane Irma occurred earlier today at 9:10 in the morning as a Category 4 hurricane at Cudjoe Key, another landfall occurred at 3:35 in the afternoon as a Category 3 hurricane at Marco Island — and the storm has since been downgraded to a Category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 100 miles per hour as it treks north at 14 miles per hour 40 miles east northeast of Sarasota.
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