Irma weakens to Category 1, batters Orlando as it moves up Florida
Hurricane Irma, now a Category 1 storm with top sustained winds of 85 mph, was battering Orlando early Monday morning after lashing southern Florida and moving across the center of the state.
The Category 2 hurricane made landfall at Cudjoe Key at 9 a.m. as a Category 4 storm.
ABC News' Ginger Zee reports as Hurricane Irma makes its way up Florida's west coast.
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The storm destroyed homes and flattened businesses in the coastal town of Rockport.
ABC News' Phillip Mena and Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee report on the dangerous storm system on the move.
ABC News' Phillip Mena heads to Rockwall, Texas, for a closer look at the damage after Tuesday night's storms.
The powerful storm system produced violent tornadoes and hail and left more than 100,000 residents without power in Central Texas.
A tornado warning had been issued in the area, ABC affiliate KAMC reported.
In the middle of the night pure tornado terror eleven upstairs apartment had to get the bathtub. To survive it and my whole street is back. In the daylight jaw dropping destruction across eight states in the midwest more than two dozen reported tornado. The furniture visible on the roofs were