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After Wreaking Havoc In The Caribbean, Hurricane Irma Reduced To A Tropical Depression & Heads For Tennessee

Hurricane Irma is practically history. Yesterday, it was reduced to a simple tropical storm after having reached a horrendous Category 5 intensity in the past couple of days. At the moment, it has been degraded to a simple tropical depression that is coursing towards the southeastern United States. According to the National Hurricane Center (NHC), Irma recorded winds of 55 kilometers per hour and was located about 10 kilometers south of Columbus, Georgia, and 150 kilometers south-southwest of Atlanta, Georgia.
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