Irma, Now a Tropical Storm, Leaves Millions Without Power in Florida

September 11, 2017

Irma was downgraded to a tropical storm Monday morning, after a terrifying weekend where the devastating superstorm battered much of Florida with triple-digit winds and plunged millions of its residents into darkness. Florida's largest utility reported that the storm had knocked out power to nearly three-quarters of its customers. More than 6.2 million residents across the state were waking up Monday to no electricity.

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