Irma Remains Cat 3 Storm Overnight

Computer models are showing a variety of possible paths for Irma, now a Category Three hurricane in the eastern Atlantic.

The National Hurricane Center's 5 a.m. Eastern time advisory had Irma with top winds of 115 miles an hour, moving west-northwest and nearing the Leeward Islands and Puerto Rico by next Tuesday.

Some projections indicate the hurricane will head toward the eastern United States while others show it making a turn away from the Atlantic coast.

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