Hurricane Irma has left a path of destruction in it's wake since it started to gather pace last week.
It has flattened Caribbean islands, and then made landfall in the US over the weekend.
It has been the strongest storm to make landfall in Florida since Hurricane Andrew back in 1992, and here's an idea of just how much stronger Irma was compared to Andrew:
Hurricane Andrew (1992, inset) & Hurricane Irma (today), at scale.— Eric Holthaus (@EricHolthaus)
Reporters from news organisations all across the US have been making tackling the storm head on, to show just how strong the winds are: