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Florida Governor Rick Scott has urged people to evacuate if asked to do so by local officials.
After hitting the US and British Virgin Islands on Wednesday, Irma headed toward the US territory Puerto Rico, and is expected to bring with it maximum sustained winds reaching 185 miles per hour.
“It looks like it could be something that will be not good.
Believe me, not good,” President Donald Trump, who owns a golf resort just north of Miami, said on Wednesday in the Oval Office.
“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,” the National Hurricane Centre said.
Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency for all 67 of the state’s counties, eyeing what is projected to be a Category 4 hurricane if Irma makes landfall on his state.
Depending on future forecasts, other evacuations may be ordered as well.
Volunteers are ready with the capacity to serve as many as 35,000 meals a day following the storm.“This storm has the potential to devastate our state, and we have to take it seriously,” Mr Scott said on Wednesday during a news briefing.Mr Scott urged Floridians to prepare sooner rather than later, and said that markets should be restocking their shelves with vital supplies like water and non-perishables after reports surfaced indicating that shelves were empty.The northernmost island, Barbuda, home to roughly 1,700 people, was “totally demolished”, with 90 per cent of all dwellings there levelled, Prime Minister Gaston Browne said.“This rebuilding initiative will take years,” Mr Brown said after reviewing the damage.