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A Weakened Irma Still Causes Major Flooding in Southeastern U.S.
The U.S. death toll is up to 11, and 6.7 million people have lost power.
Irma’s Path Shifts to Southwest Florida, Catastrophic Storm Surge Expected
Irma’s storm surge is expected to reach a life-threatening 10–15 feet above ground level in some areas on Sunday.
Will Irma Finally Change the Way We Talk About Climate?
This summer’s outbreak of extreme weather should force everyone to see climate change for what it is and what it does.
Category 5 Irma Becomes Most Powerful Hurricane to Form in the Atlantic Ocean
The Category 5 storm is packing winds of 185 miles per hour.