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Tropical Storm Irma has unleashed some of Jacksonville’s worst floods in 100 years, inundated parts of coastal Georgia and produced heavy storm surges in Charleston, S.C.

Here's the latest:

  • Irma has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but dangers linger for communities in its path
  • The storm took a parting swipe at north Florida this morning before it started battering Georgia and South Carolina
  • More than 155,000 people in Florida are still in shelters; more than 6 million Floridians lack power
  • Irma has devastated several Caribbean islands
  • What happens when the sea rises up during a hurricane?

    Hurricane Irma: What you need to know

    A man stands firm against the wind by the Miami River as Hurricane Irma passes through on Sept. 10, 2017. (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)
    A man stands firm against the wind by the Miami River as Hurricane Irma passes through on Sept. 10, 2017. (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

    After blazing a path of destruction through the Caribbean, Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida on Sunday, bringing chaos as it moved north through the nation's third-most populous state.

    Are you wondering where Irma is now, how big it is, and where it's headed next? We have all you need to know.

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