Irma makes landfall on Marco Island, eyewall moving up the coast

Irma officially made landfall on Marco Island, FL at 3:35 PM ET Sunday afternoon.

The eyewall continues to move up the coast with locations from Naples to Ft. Myers to experience a significant increase in wind speeds followed by the calm of the eye.

Officials continue to warn the west coast of Florida that the storm surge after the eye passes will be significant and quickly rise. They are asking everyone to evacuate vertically.

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