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Marco Island Left With Extensive Damage After Irma

12 Sep 2017, 10:20 am

Hurricane Irma caused extensive damage to Marco Island, Florida, after it hit the area with wind gusts of up to 130 mph on September 10.

Irm’s second landfall to Florida was Sunday afternoon in Marco Island.

Extensive damage, including intense flooding, blackouts, and toppled trees as a result of the hurricane.

Former Hurricane Irma has continued to weaken as it moves northwestward through the southeast, and earlier Tuesday morning the storm lost most of its tropical characteristics. On Tuesday morning, Irma became a non-tropical low.

Irma Becomes a Non-Tropical Low

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