Maria makes landfall in Puerto Rico after Caribbean hit

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee shows the path of Maria, now a Category 4 storm that slammed the Caribbean with winds reaching 175 mph.
0:41 | 09/20/17

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extreme weather center for new developments on hurricane MARIA's track. He needs to get inside. We just saw a 113-mile-per-hour gust in San Juan itself and the eye not even there yet. The radar had the eye on it and radar went out. That's the thing we're seeing with this storm. As it keeps going to the north and east, you don't have to worry not just about storm surge and the wind but the rainfall. You can see up to 25 inches with flash flooding possible on the eastern side of Puerto Rico as it tracks north and east of the Dominican Republic they'll still get lashed with heavier winds and Turks and caicos and it stays east of North Carolina. We could see this interact with Jose. I'll detail and what it could mean for us next week coming up.

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