Electric power is no match for Hurricane Irma’s power. An estimated five-million homes and businesses in Florida have no electricity today as Hurricane Irma marches up the Peninsula.

Winds of 75 miles per hour winds are pushing out from the center of the storm, knocking down power lines and flooding substations.

Some officials have said it could take weeks before all electricity-generating facilities are operating at full capacity.


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