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Hurricane Irma has weakened slightly today as it battered Cuba’s northern coast while millions residents were told to evacuate in Florida. 

According to U.S. National Hurricane Center, Irma moved along the Camaguey Archipelago with 155 mph (250 kph) winds early today.

The storm is expected to hit Florida tomorrow, causing major damage due to high winds and flooding to the fourth-largest U.S. state by population.

Irma smashed homes, shops, roads, and schools; knocked out power, water and telephone service and trapped thousands of tourists so far.

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