Irma has winds up to 180 mph and is on track to approach South Florida this weekend, but uncertainty abounds on how it may affect the state.
Irma strengthened Monday into a powerful Category 4 storm, and the official forecast cone now includes parts of South Florida.
It is now time for all Floridians - no matter the coast - in a hurricane prone area to take Irma seriously.
Not much has changed today with Hurricane Irma. It's behaving as expected and still too early to react to any potential U.S. impacts.
Hurricane Irma is quickly on its way to becoming the season’s second Major Hurricane this weekend.
We are watching three systems. One leaving (Harvey), one intensifying (Irma), and this "thing" in the Gulf that will just hopefully go away.
The ninth named storm of the Atlantic Hurricane Season formed Wednesday morning, and it could become a long-lived hurricane with potential U.S. implications in about ten days.
A new tropical storm is developing off the coast of Jacksonville, but is not a significant threat to Florida.
Six rivers are likely to flood across portions of west-central Florida in the coming days, and more heavy rain is in the forecast.
Harvey's wind and surge have subsided, but the destructive flooding near Houston has likely only just begun.