HURRICANE IRMA Is Strength of F3 Tornado Pounding Ground for Several Hours

Via Drudge Report–
Hurricane Irma is listed as a level 4 hurricane with wind speeds up to 185 miles per hour. Irma is moving toward the west-northwest at 26 km/hour.

This is the strongest hurricane ever recorded.

Hurricane Irma is a category 5 storm. Irma is at the level of a F3 Tornado.

The difference is that a hurricane lasts for hours and a tornado lasts for a few minutes.

In an F3 tornado you will see roofs and some walls torn from well-constructed buildings and heavy cars lifted from ground.

This is Irma.
Get out of its path!

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