Hurricane Irma barreled through the Caribbean with record force Wednesday morning and is on course to hit parts of the British Virgin Islands and even Puerto Rico by the end of the day.
The super storm’s path remains one of uncertainty, though its strength and intensity leaves little to question. Here’s a look at what experts do know about the unprecedented hurricane:
Hurricane Irma intensified into a monster storm in the Atlantic Tuesday, with sustained winds of 185 mph and gusts of 218 mph. The storm's Atlantic wind speeds are behind only 1980's Hurricane Allen, which topped off at 190 mph.
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