Hurricane Irma by Humanity Road

This is a report of early indications of impacts from Hurricane Irma on islands in the Caribbean. It also includes useful information links for the islands impacted. It is based on initial reports from social media and pulic domain sources. Humanity Road activated its disaster desk on Tuesdy, September 5th in advance of initial landfall in the Caribbean. Situation Report No 1 was published on September 6, 2017, and Situation Report No 2 was published on September 7.


Hurricane Irma, one of the strongest storms ever recorded in the Atlantic, hit the eastern Caribbean on September 5, 2017 as a Catergory 5 hurricane with winds of up to 185 miles an hour. Irma first made landfall in Barbuda with gusts of 155 mph, causing an eight feet storm surge. Early Wednesday morning, the eye of Irma then moved over St. Martic, St. Barthelemy and near Anguilla, where sustained winds of 117 mph were measured. Irma is tracking toward Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic Hait and Cuba and may possibly hitting Florida around September 9, 2017. To read the detailed reports please download this report book.

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