As of Sunday morning, Hurricane Irma is packing top wind speeds around 130 mph and moving slowly northwest away from Cuba and towards the Florida Keys, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Irma is expected to make a turn to north Sunday along Florida's west coast as a major hurricane, possibly making landfall.
Stay with the NewsWest 9 First Alert Weather Team for the latest updates on Irma.
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