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    Dark clouds are seen over Miami's skyline prior to the arrival of Hurricane Irma to south Florida, U.S. September 9, 2017.

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    Strong waves brought by Hurricane Irma hit the Malecon seawall in Havana, Cuba, late on Saturday.

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    Customers wait to order breakfast at a restaurant that is boarded up, as Hurricane Irma approaches, Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017, in Hialeah, Fla. After hitting Cuba overnight, Irma is expected to turn towards the west coast of Florida.

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    Irma Saturday - Associated Press/Roberto Koltun, Miami Herald | of | Share this photo

    A man walks down a deserted highway in Miami as Hurricane Irma approaches the state on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017.

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    Senior Hurricane Specialist Lixion Avila, left, and Lt. Phil Manougian, a storm surge unit operations officer for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, watch radar and infrared satellite imagery depicting the eyewall of Hurricane Irma crossing the lower Florida Keys on Sunday at the National Hurricane Center in Miami.

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    Hector Padron carries his mattress as evacuees are moved to another building with more bathrooms while sheltering at Florida International University ahead of Hurricane Irma in Miami.

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    Waves crash on the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier in Jacksonville Beach, Fla., as Hurricane Irma approaches Florida on Saturday.

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    A woman and child use a blanket as protection from wind and rain as they walk in Caibarien, Cuba, Friday, Sept. 8, 2017. Hurricane Irma battered Cuba on Saturday with deafening winds and unremitting rain, pushing seawater inland and flooding homes before taking aim at Florida.

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    Bicyclists ride along the seawall in wind and rain brought on by Hurricane Irma, in Caibarien, Cuba, Friday, Sept. 8, 2017. Irma battered Cuba on Saturday with deafening winds and unremitting rain, pushing seawater inland and flooding homes before taking aim at Florida. Early Saturday, the hurricane center said the storm was centered about 10 miles (15 kilometers) northwest of the town of Caibarien.

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    A Jacksonville Beach public works front loader moves sand to fortify the dunes near the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier to help with a possible storm surge from Hurricane Irma.

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    People seek shelter from Irma with their pets at the West Boynton Park and Recreation Center in preparation for Hurricane Irma in Boynton Beach, Fla.

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    Kathleen Paca, 56, spray paints "We're Open Irma" on plywood window protections at the infamous South Beach dive bar Mac's Club Deuce. The word "Irma" covered "Wilma," the 2005 hurricane when the plywood last was used. Paca and other regulars at the Deuce, as it's known to locals, had no qualms about staying home as Irma approached, even with the storm projected to be one of the strongest to ever make landfall in Florida. "Where am I going to go?" Paca said. "It's not going to be that bad. I'm on the second floor and have impact windows. I've thrown coconuts at my windows and they don't break."

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    This photo provided by Caribbean Buzz shows boats clustered together after Hurricane Irma Friday. The death toll from Hurricane Irma has risen to 22 as the storm continues its destructive path through the Caribbean. The dead include 11 on St. Martin and St. Barts, four in the U.S. Virgin Islands and four in the British Virgin Islands. There was also one each in Barbuda, Anguilla, and Barbados. The toll is expected to rise as rescuers reach some of the hardest-hit areas.

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    Workers dismantle the facade of a funhouse at an amusement park ahead of Hurricane Irma in Daytona Beach, Fla. South Florida officials are expanding evacuation orders as Hurricane Irma approaches, telling more than a half-million people to seek safety inland.

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    Flamingos at Zoo Miami, are shown in a temporary enclosure in a hurricane resistant structure within the zoo, Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 in Miami. Though most animals will reman in their secure structures, the cheetahs and some birds will ride out the storm in temporary housing.

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    Jone Yoon boards up his beach souvenir shop ahead of Hurricane Irma in Daytona Beach, Fla. South Florida officials are expanding evacuation orders as Hurricane Irma approaches, telling more than a half-million people to seek safety inland.

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    Jeff Williams takes a break from securing his carport roof ahead of Hurricane Irma in the mobile home retirement community where he lives in Beverly Beach, Fla. Florida is a haven for retirees, and residents of one coastal retirement community are leaving for Irma without knowing what to expect after the story. "What I'm worried about is the river meeting the ocean," Williams, said Friday as he added screws and metal supports to the carport of his trailer. "It that happens, it will take all of these places out."

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    A man carries his dog as he walks through Caibarien, Cuba on Friday. Hurricane Irma battered Cuba on Saturday with deafening winds and unremitting rain, pushing seawater inland and flooding homes before taking aim at Florida.

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    Waves surge over a sea wall in Havana, Cuba, Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017. There were no reports of deaths or injuries after heavy rain and winds from Hurricane Irma lashed northeastern Cuba.

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    The Interstate remains empty as the outer bands of Hurricane Irma reached South Florida early Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 in Miami. Gov. Rick Scott is urging anyone living in an evacuation zone in southwest Florida to leave by noon as the threat of Hurricane Irma has shifted west.

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    A man walks on Fort Lauderdale Beach as Hurricane Irma pushes into South Florida on Saturday.

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