It was a hurricane that affected parts of the Caribbean, Florida, and southeastern US last week and the week before. At its peak, Irma was a category 5 hurricane and set several records for its strength, duration, and intensity.
Is a hurricane. The scientists decided the name Irma for this hurricane. That's all!
by IslandBites5 months ago
Maximum sustained winds of 185 mphCategory 5 Hurricane Irma has become one of the strongest storms recorded in the Atlantic, and is threatening to slam into Caribbean islands including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands...
by L.M. Hosler5 months ago
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by Anne5 months ago
I just wanted to say I hope that all my HP friends who live in the path of this terrible event have taken all precautions and will be safe. My thoughts are with you all.Anne.
by Tim Mitchell5 months ago
What happens to the trash from Hurricane Harvey and Irma?
by Jack Lee5 months ago
Do you know it was the 7th largest storm in recorded history of the Florida coast?From all the 24/7 coverage, you would think it is the end of the world...I have no problem with warning people of impending...
by IslandBites16 months ago
It seems it's still going to be a major hurricane when it reaches FL. I hope you're prepared and stay calm. Be safe!
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