IRMA Moving Northward Near FT. MYERS 2017-09-10 7:00 pm
Chasing the Eye of the Storm of Hurricane Irma has been a tremendous burden to many that have left their whole lives behind in the awful care of bad Irma. With its responsibilities, Irma's eye ball moves at a speed of 14 miles mph and creating wind gust over 155 mph. As Irma made astonishing moves from the Florida Keys this morning at 4 am to now Fort Myers, Florida 7 pm tonight. In its fury it has left over 4 dead in Florida and 25 in the Caribbean reported deaths and 2 water spouts near the East Coast of South Florida.
Raleigh News Hurricane Irma spawns tornado and water spouts in South Florida https://t.co/jFnULuUlggpic.twitter.com/iHyZN6CRaf — Raleigh NewsChannel (@_Raleigh_NC) September 10, 2017
Hurricane Irma September 10, 7PM
According to the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Irma moves :
...IRMA MOVING NORTHWARD NEAR …