Hurricane Irma is only hours away from hitting the Florida Keys and will then turn up the southwest coast heading north.
It will hit Florida on Sunday morning.
Irma is now a Category 4 storm packing winds of 155 miles per hour and has been battering the north coast of Cuba with 23 foot waves.
Irma was 245 miles from Miami this morning.
People in Florida have been evacuating in massive numbers on the highways while others flew out of the area earlier this week.
A high storm surge and heavy rain is expected as the hurricane moves up through Florida and will eventually turn toward Georgia.
24 deaths so far from Irma.
Many Canadians including Islanders have been affected by the storm. Most have left the area.