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it will be committed to committees to work on it,000 minimum, on Saturday said the N50,m.m. but not as dramatically as they had in NaplesSoutheast FloridaIn Southeast Florida spiral bands continued to unleash tropical-storm-force winds Even into the evening winds were gusting up to 60 to 75 mph around Miami and West Palm Beach (7 pm gust of 75 mph) but they weren’t as strong as earlierIn the afternoon sustained winds in Miami and Fort Lauderdale reached 50-60 mph through the early afternoon gusting as high as 80 to 100 mph Miami International Airport clocked a gust to 94 mph and an isolated gust hit 100 mph at the University of MiamiAlso during the afternoon the seas had risen several feet above normally dry land Social media photos and videos showed water pouring through Miami’s streets in between high-rises amid sideways sheets of rainsLate Sunday afternoon waters were finally starting to slowly recede around MiamiThe KeysWhile the core of the storm and worst winds passed the Keys early Sunday morning the Weather Service warned storm surge flooding was ongoing as winds on the storm’s backside shoved water over the islands Gusts still reached 50 to 60 mph as of 7:45 pmEarly Sunday afternoon the maximum surge at Cudjoe Key was estimated at 10 feetStatewideAbout 3 million customers were without powerParticularly in South and Central Florida torrential rain was falling with widespread totals of 6 to 10 inches and pockets up to 10 to 14 inches Numerous flash flood warnings had been issuedAs the storm’s spiral bands walloped Central and Northern Florida the potential for tornadoes arose in the swirling air and the Weather Service issued watches and scores of warningsStorm warnings in effect and predicted surge height and windsHurricane warnings cover all of Florida except the western Panhandle where a tropical storm warning was in effectA storm-surge warning was also issued for much of the Florida Peninsula (except for a small section from North Miami Beach to Jupiter Inlet) and even extended up the Georgia coast into southern South Carolina The Hurricane Center said that this would bring the risk of "dangerous" and "life-threatening" inundationBecause of the shift in the most likely storm track to the west Miami and Southeast Florida were most likely to miss the storm’s intensely destructive core known as the eyewall where winds are strongest Even so because of Irma’s enormous size the entire Florida Peninsula and even the Panhandle were likely to witness damaging winds The National Hurricane Center warned that the storm would bring "life-threatening wind impacts to much of the state"Conditions will continue to deteriorate Sunday night over Florida in the central and north part of the state as Irma chugs up the coast Conditions will slowly improve to the southThrough around very early Monday morning the corridor between Tampa and Orlando would face the storm’s bruntHere’s a guide to what is most likely and where Key West/Key LargoTime frame for worst conditions: Through Sunday afternoonHazard threats: Wind storm surge and rainWind gusts of up to 50 to 70 mph should continue into the eveningA catastrophic storm surge of 5 to 10 feet or more is expected to inundate much of the island chain Heavy rain will add to the water issues as anywhere from 5 to 10 inches of additional rain will fall before the worst of the storm is over Unfortunately the damage potential on the Keys could be landscape-altering after taking a direct hit from this stormMiami/Fort Lauderdale/West Palm BeachTime frame for worst conditions: Through Sunday nightHazard threats: Strong winds tornadoes heavy rainSustained winds of 45 to 70 mph with gusts of 80-plus mph will last well into Sunday eveningSwirling winds at all levels of the atmosphere have also increased the chances of tornadoes developing at any point on Sunday especially in locations right along the water Rainfall totals of four to eight inches or more are expected on Sunday alone which may exacerbate localized flooding With Irma’s last-minute track shift to the west the storm surge won’t be as big of a concern here as it is elsewhere with a two- to four-foot surge expected along much of Florida’s east coastNaples/Fort Myers/Tampa Bay/St PetersburgTime frame for worst conditions: Through Monday morningHazard threats: Storm surge and windIrma’s ultimate destination will be along the west coast of Florida This means the conditions will deteriorate rapidly from Naples to Tampa Bay throughout Sunday afternoon However Irma’s path will take it parallel to the west coast of Florida keeping the entire region engulfed in the dangerous northeast quadrant of the storm where winds are strongest Sustained hurricane force winds and gusts over 100 mph should arrive in Naples Sunday afternoon and up to 75-100 mph in St Petersburg/Tampa Bay between 10 pm and midnight or soThe most dangerous hazard for this region will be the extreme storm surge Nowhere in the entire state will the storm-surge levels be higher than along the gulf-facing coast with storm surge totals of eight to 12 feet and locally up to 15 feet forecast Any coastal city from Tampa Bay south to Naples is at risk with historic flooding (the likes of which haven’t been seen in this area since Hurricane Donna in 1960) threatening thousands of people and structuresOrlando/Central FloridaTime frame for worst conditions: Sunday night through Monday morningHazard threats: Wind rain and tornadoesInland areas won’t escape the effects of Irma The storm is extremely large in size with tropical-storm-force winds extending outward over 200 miles from the center The wind speeds in central Florida and the Orlando area will start to pick up by late Sunday afternoon with sustained winds of 40 to 60 mph and gusts of 70-plus mph lasting from late Sunday night through Monday morningHeavy rain will also cause problems with a general six to 12-plus inches of rain expected by the time the storm is over The threat of tornadoes will increase by Sunday night as well as the storm’s center tracks north along the west coast of FloridaJacksonville/Daytona BeachTime frame for worst conditions: Sunday evening through Monday afternoonHazard threats: Rain tornadoes windThe northeast portion of Florida will be spared the worst of Irma but won’t escape unscathed Sustained tropical-force winds of 40 to 55 mph will overspread the area from Daytona Beach to Jacksonville by Sunday evening with the worst winds (gusts up to 70 mph) occurring overnight Heavy rain will be a story line here as six to 10-plus inches of rain is expected to fall in a relatively short periodAs with other parts of the state the tornado threat will peak overnight on Sunday as Irma’s storm center tracks northwardStorm-surge values will be elevated (two to four feet) but should result in only minor to moderate coastal floodingPotential effects on Georgia and the southeastern United StatesGeorgia/Atlanta/South CarolinaTime frame for worst conditions: Monday morning through Tuesday morningHazard threats: Wind rain and at the coast storm surgeHurricane warnings extend well into Georgia covering over half of the state Parts of southern South Carolina also are under a hurricane warning with Irma poised to maintain its hurricane-force strength for several hours after landfallSustained tropical force winds of 25 to 45 mph will spread over Georgia from south to north starting late Sunday night The strongest sustained winds (40 to 50 mph) with gusts of 60-plus mph will move in on early Monday morning lasting through Monday evening This includes Atlanta which is under a tropical-storm warning where sustained winds of 25 to 40 mph with gusts up to 60 mph will occur from about 10 pm Sunday night to about 5 pm Monday afternoon This could lead to downed trees and outagesHeavy rain is also expected with storm totals of six to 10 inches forecast the bulk of which should fall MondayStorm surge along the Georgia/South Carolina coast will be a hazard as well with the Hurricane Center predicting a surge of four to six feet Of particular concern is the duration of the storm surge Persistent onshore winds will extend the surge component here with elevated water levels potentially lasting up to 36 hoursIrma’s path so farAt 3:35 pm Sunday Irma had made its second US landfall of the day over Marco Island where a wind gust of 130 mph was reportedEarlier the storm officially made its initial US landfall at Cudjoe Key at 9:10 am as a Category 4 hurricane Winds over the Keys raged gusting to at least 94 mph in Key West (before the wind instrument failed) and up to 120 mph in Big Pine Key Witness video showed the rising storm surge flooding Key West streetsBefore its encounter with the Keys Irma made landfall on the north coast of Cuba as a Category 5 hurricane just after 9 pm Friday with maximum sustained winds of 160 mph It became that country’s first Category 5 hurricane since 1924 Fueled by the extremely warm ocean temperatures Irma reintensified to the maximum hurricane classification level after weakening slightly on Friday afternoonAs it scraped Cuba’s north coast early Saturday it produced a sustained wind gust of 118 mph and a gust to 159 mph was reported at Falla Cuba in the eyewall of the hurricaneOn Friday before making landfall along Cuba’s north-central coast Irma passed north of Haiti and then between Cuba’s northeast coast and the Central BahamasThursday evening the center of the storm passed very close to the Turks and Caicos producing potentially catastrophic Category 5 winds The storm surge was of particular concern as the water had the potential to rise 16 to 20 feet above normally dry land in coastal sections north of the storm center causing extreme inundationA devastating storm surge and destructive winds had also probably battered the southeastern Bahamas near Great Inagua IslandThrough early Thursday the storm had battered islands from Puerto Rico to the northern Lesser AntillesWhile the center of Irma passed just north of Puerto Rico late Wednesday a wind gust of 63 mph was clocked in San Juan early Wednesday evening and more than 900000 people were reported to be without power In Culebra Puerto Rico a small island 17 miles east of the main island a wind gust registered 111 mph in the afternoonOn Wednesday afternoon the storm’s eye had moved over Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands and its southern eyewall raked St Thomas in the US Virgin IslandsEarly Wednesday afternoon a wind gust to 131 mph was clocked on Buck Island and 87 mph on St Thomas in the US Virgin IslandsOn Tuesday night and Wednesday morning the hurricane passed directly over Barbuda and St Martin in the northern Leeward Islands the strongest hurricane recorded in that region and tied with the 1935 Florida Keys hurricane as the strongest Atlantic storm to strike landAs Barbuda took a direct hit the weather station there clocked a wind gust to 155 mph before it went offlineThe storm also passed directly over Anguilla and St Martin early Wednesday causing severe damageIrma’s place in historyIrma’s peak intensity (185 mph) ranks among the strongest in recorded history exceeding the likes of Katrina Andrew and Camille – whose winds peaked at 175 mphAmong the most intense storms on record it trails only Hurricane Allen in 1980 which had winds of 190 mph It is tied for second-most intense with Hurricane Wilma in 2005 Hurricane Gilbert in 1988 and the 1935 Florida Keys hurricaneThe storm maintained maximum wind speeds of at least 180 mph for 37 hours longer than any storm on Earth on record passing Super Typhoon Haiyan the previous record-holder (24 hours)Late Tuesday its pressure dropped to 914 millibars (the lower the pressure the stronger the storm) ranking as the lowest of any storm on record outside the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico in the Atlantic basinThe storm has generated the most "accumulated cyclone energy" a measure of a storm’s duration and intensity of any hurricane on recordIrma’s landfall pressure of 929 millibars in the Florida Keys was the lowest for any US landfalling hurricane since Katrina (920 millibars) and for a Florida landfall since Andrew (922 millibars) It ranks as the seventh-lowest pressure of any US landfalling stormWhen Irma crashed into the Keys early Sunday as a Category 4 following Hurricane Harvey’s assault in Texas it marked the first time on record that two Category 4 storms had made landfall in the United States in the same yearHe just waited for the infirm man to shuffle into the bathroom with his walker Then moments alone Lofquist-Sprangel rifled through the wealthy benefactor’s wallet and dresser drawers pocketing cash watches cufflinks and other valuablesOver time the 23-year-old stole more than $14 million in jewelry and cash from Nasseff a former senior West Publishing executives and one of St Paul’s most prolific donorsNasseff died Feb 21 on what would have been his 94th birthdayOn Tuesday his widow Helene Houle wept as she pleaded with Ramsey County District Judge George Stephenson to sentence Lofquist-Sprangel to more prison time than is recommended under state sentencing guidelines for his crime describing it as a significant "breach of trust" against an exceptionally "generous man"Stephenson did He sentenced Lofquist-Sprangel to two years in prison on one count of theft despite the young man’s clean criminal record and his attorney’s argument that his client’s willingness to take responsibility for his actions should accord him leniencyThe presumptive sentence for felony level theft in Minnesota is a year and one dayLofquist-Sprangel sobbed after his sentence was handed down At one point he turned and looked at his mother and fiance sitting in the gallery his shoulders shaking He flashed an "I love you sign" to them as bailiffs took him into custody from the courtroom to execute his sentenceMoments before Lofquist-Sprangel apologized to the Nasseff family for what he did"First off I would like to say I am truly sorry" Lofquist-Sprangel said "(The Nasseff family) did treat me very well and I did breach their trust . They didn’t deserve this . I don’t know what came over me"Lofquist-Sprangel was hired by the Nasseff family in October 2016 after being highly recommended by a local agency that provides in-home careThe family was looking for someone to provide overnight care for Nasseff after a stroke left him struggling with his mobility The caretaker was to ensure he got safely to and from the bathroom and help with Nasseff’s other needsLofquist-Sprangel was paid between $8000 and $10000 for his servicesOver time the Nasseff family started noticing cash missing from John Nasseff’s room and then expensive heirlooms according to Houle Finally becoming suspicious the family set up a surveillance system in Nasseff’s room and soon learned that Lofquist-Sprangel was stealing from themSome of the footage was played in court Tuesday revealing five instances where Lofquist-Sprangel pocketed Nasseff’s personal belongings and money while Nasseff was either in the bathroom or sleeping right beside himLofquist-Sprangel pleaded guilty to the felony-theft charge in January"John accomplished a lot in his life . He was generous to so many . (And) at the time when (he) was most vulnerable . Nicholas ended up taking advantage of John beyond belief . It is truly heartbreaking" Houle said"Please do not give leniency to Nicholas" Houle asked Stephenson "Nicholas is a thief and a liar . and his behavior is . unforgivable"Assistant Ramsey County Attorney Thomas Hatch said it was Lofquist-Sprangel’s decision to exploit a vulnerable adult via his position as his caretaker that made his crime particularly cruel and worthy of a departure from sentencing guidelinesBefore handing down his sentence Stephenson asked Lofquist-Sprangel what justice he would like for a caretaker who stole from his motherLofquist-Sprangel said he’d be "very upset" and would likely want the thief to pay restitution and commit to bettering himself and societyStephenson was unconvinced"My dad is 89 and in poor health . we have a care provider for him (in Chicago)" Stephenson told Lofquist-Sprangel "The idea we would bring a caretaker into my folks’ house and he would take advantage of (my father) . I can’t tell you how violent I would be (toward) that person""Your comment about community service Come on man come on" Stephenson addedIn addition to two years in prison Lofquist-Sprangel was ordered to pay $57000 in restitution to the Nasseff family Much of the rest of the $14 million in stolen items has been recoveredHoule said she was pleased with Stephenson’s decision after the hearing"I’m angry about what (Lofquist-Sprangel) did and I’m happy about what he is getting" she said Youd think that everyone knows how hard paramedics work and that, Tim was flooded with positive comments from people praising him and Kiri for their hard work,” Commenting on the development, Senate on Tuesday said it has encountered difficulties at the committee levels, I knelt down and said .

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