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Hurricanes Irma and Jose in the Atlantic Ocean GOES-16 captured this geocolor image of Hurricanes Irma and Jose in the Atlantic Ocean on the evening of September 9, 2017. According to the National Hurricane Center, Irma is expected to bring life-threatening wind and storm surge to the Florida Keys and southwestern Florida as an extremely dangerous major hurricane tonight, September 9, 2017, through Sunday 9/10. Hurricane Jose is under a narrow zone of weak shear that appears to be moving westward in tandem with the hurricane. This should allow Jose to maintain its intensity in the short term, with gradual weakening expected thereafter. Created by our partners at the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, the experimental geocolor imagery enhancement shown here displays geostationary satellite data in different ways depending on whether it is day or night. Credit:


This geocolor image from GOES-16 shows Hurricane Katia (l) Hurricane Irma (m) and Hurricane Jose (r) in the Atlantic Ocean on September 7, 2017. Credit:

Hurricane Irma 2017 - Credit NASA

Hurricane Irma 2017 – Credit NASA


Communication lost as MONSTER Hurricane Irma crossed, made landfall Barbuda Caribbean now heading to Puerto Rico and Florida. EXTREME DANGEROUS Most powerful strongest ever in Atlantic history Hurricane Irma followed by Tropical Storm Jose forms behind . Florida State of Emergency as Hurricane Irma UPGRADED TO CATEGORY 5. BREAKING NEWS Powerful 185MPH Hurricane Irma set to SLAM into Florida, shock forecast reveals – alerts issued HURRICANE Irma is set to slam into Florida, a shock new forecast has revealed today, sparking alerts across the south-east as America still comes to terms with the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. Hurricane Irma path update: Latest models reveal Irma could be on track to hit Florida. THE LATEST models show that Hurricane Irma could head towards Florida after the Caribbean amid rising fears that the peninsula could be hit. The NOAA’s National Hurricane Center (NHC), based in Miami, has told Americans along hurricane-prone parts of the coast to get an escape plan in place. Hurricane Irma continues to move west-southwestward towards the Leeward Islands. It continues to be be a category three hurricane with 120 mph winds. The hurricane is expected to strengthen on Tuesday night. The latest update from the NHC said: ““There is an increasing chance of seeing some impacts from Irma in the Florida Peninsula and the Florida Keys later this week and this weekend.