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FLORIDA NIGHTMARE PREDICTIONS BECOMING REAL?

FLORIDA NIGHTMARE PREDICTIONS BECOMING REAL?


NO ESCAPE: FUEL RUNS OUT AS RESIDENTS TRY TO FLEE IRMA...
UP TO 10-FT STORM SURGE PALM BEACH, FT LAUDERDALE, MIAMI, NAPLES... MORE
Could impact EVERY major city in Florida...
Thousands of troops deployed...
Supplies cleaned out...
EVEN MAR-A-LAGO EVACUATED...
One of largest mass exoduses in nation's history...
MIAMI TV LIVE: CH 4... CH 6... CH 7... CH 10...
 

ACCUWEATHER reports:

After blasting the northern Caribbean, deadly Hurricane Irma will turn toward the United States, unleashing destructive winds, flooding rain and dangerous seas across Florida starting on Saturday.

"Unfortunately, there is no way the United States is going to avoid another catastrophic weather event," Dr. Joel N. Myers, founder, president and chairman of AccuWeather said.

"There will be massive damage in Florida. [It will be] the worst single hurricane to hit Florida since Hurricane Andrew in 1992," Myers said.

The current track of Irma will bring the most severe impacts to the eastern side of the state, including Miami, West Palm Beach, Melbourne, Daytona Beach and Jacksonville. Tropical-storm-force conditions will be felt in western Florida.

"Irma remains a very powerful and destructive hurricane," AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski said.

"Impacts within the projected path of Irma include life-threatening wind, storm surge and flooding rainfall hazards," Kottlowski added.

Conditions will rapidly deteriorate across South Florida and could turn life-threatening late Saturday into Sunday. This is when rain and hurricane-force winds will quickly intensify.

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