“Monster” Irma Is Now The Strongest Atlantic Hurricane On Record…”winds now near 180 mph gusting to 220 mph”

Tuesday, September 5, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
Sep 5, 2017

>Update 3: The Irma hits just keep on coming, with the NHC Atlantic Ops twitter page reporting moments ago that as of this moment, Irma is now the stronger hurricane in the Atlantic basin outside of the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico in NHC records.

Update 2: While few are willing to admit it yet, according to meteorologist Ryan Maye, Hurricane Irma is still intensifying, with winds up to 155-knots (180 mph) and that extrapolating Saffir-Simpson scale, 158-knots would be Category 6.

Update: Irma has been upgraded from a Cat 5+ Hurricane to “Potentially Catastrophic” Cat 5++ storm, with winds now near 180 mph gusting to 220 mph, still moving due west at 14 mph.

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