Maria is now a Category 5 hurricane, the National Hurricane Center said.
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President Trump, joined by Vice President Pence, visited Fort Myers, Florida, to survey the destruction caused by Hurricane Irma.
Emergency workers around hurricane-scarred Florida worked to make sure elderly residents were safe, evacuating multiple assisted-living facilities, after eight people died in a sweltering nursing home that lost its air conditioning in the storm.
Authorities in Apopka, Florida, said they believed extreme weather conditions brought by Hurricane Irma caused a large hole to appear near Apopka Memorial Middle School on September 13.
Florida residents were assessing the damage caused by Hurricane Irma on September 11 as a large number remained without power, local media reported
The full breadth of Hurricane Irma's catastrophic attack on the Florida Keys is just now starting to emerge.
Hurricane Irma damage photos
The Charleston area is seeing major impacts as Irma moves into the area.
Video shows Hurricane Irma, a category 4 storm with sustained winds of 130 mph, wreak havoc on Florida.
Jaime Hagadorn was recording this video when Irma winds ripped a tree out of the ground in her backyard in Fort Lauderdale, FL
The National Hurricane Center said Irma had winds of 120 mph (195 kilometers) and was centered 20 miles (30 kilometers) south of Naples on Sunday afternoon. It was moving north at 12 mph (19 kilometers per hour). At that rate, the center of the storm should come ashore sometime between 4 and 5 p.m.
Take a look at the damage Hurricane Irma has caused in the Caribbean Islands an Florida, so far.