No one anticipated Hurricane Irma would take the path that it did. Prediction models had the storm staying off the west coast of Florida in the Gulf of Mexico as a low pressure system hovered off the east coast. That has changed and Irma's wrath made a turn across the Florida peninsula
The storm began the morning over Jacksonville, Florida and the coasts of Georgia and South Carolina and it continues to move north up the east coast. So far, over 5.5 million Americans are without power.
Here is a history of Irma's path from NASA:
History of Hurricane #Irma: 1 September 2017 - 10 September 2017 #GOES16 https://t.co/Z53paEmpIY— NASA SPoRT (@NASA SPoRT)1505089778.0
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