- Hurricane Irma hits Barbuda island in Carribean
- The category 5 storm made landfall with wind speed of 295 km/hour
- Irma is the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in Atlantic Ocean
The video shows multiple screens monitoring data but one look at the turbulence outside gives an insight into the intensity of the hurricane.
The video, shared about 12 hours ago, has over 3,500 retweets.
The hurricane made landfall with wind speeds of nearly 295 km/hour as it moved closer to the Caribbean. Hurricane Irma is expected to hit the coast of Florida on Saturday, with possibly greater force than Hurricane Harvey.
Emergency preparations are already underway in anticipation of the powerful storm, taking lessons from the devastation left behind by Hurricane Harvey.
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