9/9 – Hurricane Irma, Morning Update

The 8am intermediate advisory now have Irma’s winds at 130mph due to land interaction with Cuba.  Irma is still moving towards the west at 12mph.  Irma is still a very dangerous category 4 storm, even for the east coast of Florida.  Take this morning as your final chance to get your preparedness plans complete.  

Current satellite image of Irma

Though we may not see the strongest part of the storm, we are going to have strong effects depending on the ultimate path of Irma.

I will be posting throughout the day here and on Twitter.  If you have any questions please reach out to me at @pompanowx on Twitter or the contact box on this site.

Stay safe and be ready.


Author: Howard

Love talking about the weather, technology, and family (and not in that order).

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