FEMA said: “Nobody in Florida I know has ever experienced a Category 4 or 5 storm making landfall.“The nation has only seen three Category 5 storms since 1851 – the Labor Day Storm of 1935, Camile in 1969 and Andrew in 1992, and Andrew was a very, very compact Category 5 compared to what we are seeing here with Irma.“Each Category 5 storm is tremendously different because of a maximum radius winds and the elements it brings with it.
“I can guarantee you I don’t know anybody in Florida has ever experienced what’s about to hit south Florida – they need to get out and heed the warnings.”According to the latest Hurricane Irma path update from the NOAA National Hurricane Center (NHC), the storm is now Category 4 but remains “extremely dangerous”.
The snow storm has broken records as the path of Grayson headed along Florida to South Carolina, and now along the East Coast.
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Residents in the Big Apple have been warned that they could see up to 12 inches of snow and up to -28C temperatures as the storm hits the City.
WATCH STORM GRAYSON LIVE STREAM HEREThousands of snow ploughs have been deployed in a last-ditch attempt to combat the blizzard and keep residents safe.
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