Hurricane Jose will do a loop-the-loop in the Atlantic. Then what?

Hurricane Jose will do a loop-the-loop in the Atlantic. Then what?

There were no immediate reports of deaths in Cuba - a country that prides itself on its disaster preparedness - but authorities were trying to restore power, clear roads and warning that people should stay off the streets of Havana because flooding could continue into Monday.

According to Florida's Division of Emergency Management some 5.6 million residents have been ordered to evacuate - almost a quarter of the state population.

Scott drove from Pensacola to Mobile, Ala., Monday morning to catch a flight aboard a U.S. Coast Guard C-130 for an aerial tour of the Florida Keys, according to his office.

"It is too early to tell if Jose will have any direct impact on Florida, but it is expected to turn to the north in three or four days", the state Division of Emergency Management posted on its website Monday.

FEMA Chief Brock Long said he believed the Keys and Collier County in southwest Florida took the brunt of the storm.

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The storm has weakened to a tropical depression, but was still dropping heavy rains in parts of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky on Tuesday.

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One man was found dead in his crashed auto on the Keys and two law-enforcement officers died in a possibly storm-related fatal vehicle crash on Sunday in Orange County, Florida.

The first aerial images have come in of the extensive damage left by Hurricane Irma in South Florida and the Florida Keys, where county administrators said an "astounding recovery effort" that will soon involve an aircraft carrier is beginning Monday.

While there have been many Atlantic cyclone seasons with more major hurricanes than 2017, this is the first time on record that two category 4 hurricanes have made landfall in the US.

Police in Miami-Dade County said they had made 29 arrests for looting and burglary. He said nearly every mobile home park in the Keys had overturned homes. After all, it's hard to imagine worse conditions than what we saw at the height of the storm. According to ABC, wind gusts hit 66 miles per hour in Charleston, South Carolina, and created a storm surge of 10 feet.

"There's no electricity throughout the Keys". "You still have time, this morning, to get out!"

The State Department said Monday that US embassies and consulates have reopened in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, the Bahamas, Barbados and Curaçao, although services were limited.

- Georgia was already feeling the effects of the storm, with more than 17,000 customers without power in Savannah. Jacksonville reported flash flooding in the downtown area.

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