Hurricane Irma was the most intense storm Atlantic hurricane we have seen in over a decade! She came in right on the heels of Hurricane Harvey, but luckily for Texas, and not so lucky for Florida, she took a different track. She caused a meteorological phenomena we have not seen before; she blew so hard, she blew the water away from harbors in the Bahamas and parts of The Gulf Coast of Florida!
And she did the same thing in Florida!
But that water is coming back! We’ll update you on the aftermath of the hurricane after it’s passed. In the meantime, you can get updated status here:
— NHC Atlantic Ops (@NHC_Atlantic) September 10, 2017