Hurricane Irma has made landfall in Florida, slamming the state with 130 mph winds, heavy rains and severe flooding.
In this NOAA-NASA GOES Project handout image, GOES satellite shows Hurricane Irma as it makes landfall on the Florida coast as a Category 4 storm on Sept. 10.
A U.S. flag is tattered by winds produced by Hurricane Irma in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
A tree is felled by winds produced by Hurricane Irma in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The hurricane made landfall in the Florida Keys after raking the north coast of Cuba.
Large waves produced by Hurricane Irma crash into the end of Anglins Fishing Pier in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The Category 4 storm slams Miami.
Roads are flooding in Miami.
Hurricane Irma made landfall at 9:10 a.m. ET at Cudjoe Key, Florida, as a Category 4 storm packing maximum sustained winds of 130 mph, the National Hurricane Center said.
The streets of Miami flood as Hurricane Irma batters Florida Sunday.
Heavy wind and rain slam Key West.
A crane cracks and falls in Miami.
Miami-Dade police officers are sheltering for their safety and can no longer respond to calls for service, the Miami-Dade Police Department tweeted Sunday.
Ocean water churns as Hurricane Irma arrives on Sept. 10 in Miami, Florida.
Skies darken and wind picks up as Irma approaches Sunday.
Rain pummels Miami Sunday.
Trees topple in Miami.
Trees and branches are seen after being knocked down by the high winds in Miami.
A pickup truck was crushed by a tree knocked down by the high winds in Miami.
Hurricane Irma made landfall a second time at 3:35 p.m. ET Sunday in Marco Island, Florida.
Irma threatened to bring dangerous storm surges to Florida's southwest coast. Water levels in Naples incrased by 7 feet in an hour and a half Sunday evening.