Hurricane Irma was moved back to Category 4 as it approached the US state of Florida Keys, the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) announced on Sunday. The hurricane is about 70 miles south-southeast of the Florida Keys archipelago, with a wind speed of 140 mph.
After causing numerous destructions in central and eastern Cuba, Hurricane Irma, at the time of Category 3, began Saturday evening to head to Florida, but its intensity grew.
US President Donald Trump reminded the population of “the enormous destructive power” of Hurricane Irma on Saturday and urged all those on the trajectory to follow the authorities’ instructions and leave the area.

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