Hurricane Irma is continuously blasting up Florida – with strong gusts of winds that are ripping off the trees and roofs, gushing floodwaters that has left millions without power and other basic necessities- after bearing down on Tampa, Brickell and Miami early today.
The “monster” storm was measured more than 400 miles wide was downgraded from category three to one on Monday morning, but still has maximum sustained winds of 85mph with flooded streets.
Miami Airport Underwater
Hurricane Irma Rips Through Miami, Florida - Miami Downtown Is Completely Under Water And Flooding
Hurricane Irma has taken the aim at north Florida. The worst storm has lashed nearly every part of the state. There are now almost six million homes and businesses across the state without electricity. Jeff Glor reports from St. Pete Beach.