FLORIDA : In the United States, more than three million homes and businesses have lost power in Florida State as Hurricane Irma moves up the peninsula.
The largest electric utility of Florida said the power outages are expected to increase as the storm edges further north.
Hurricane Irma lashed the Gulf Coast of Florida flooding streets and swaying skyscrapers in Miami.
However, Irma's top sustained winds have dropped to 105 miles per hour.
Florida officials are urging people to stay in their homes and shelters.
The storm killed at least 28 people as it raged through the Caribbean en route to Florida .