With maximum sustained winds of 185 mph, Irma is a Category 5 — the most serious type of major hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson wind scale.

This Is What 185 MPH Hurricane Winds Look Like - Across America, US - These frightening videos of Hurricane Irma tearing through the Caribbean capture the full force of a … The “Labor Day” hurricane’s wind speed was also 185 mph when it made landfall in the Florida Keys in September 1935. The NOAA is 70% confident in its predictions and said there is only a 10% chance that this season will be below normal. There were 18 named storms and 20 tropical cyclones in 2019, including three major hurricanes. The most destructive was Dorian, a Category 5 hurricane with 185-mph winds that killed 84 and caused about $4.72 billion in damages. Catastrophic Category 5 Hurricane Dorian made landfall in Elbow Cay in The Bahamas at 12:40 pm EDT Sunday with 185 mph winds, gusting to 220 mph…

Irma is the strongest hurricane …



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