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originally posted by: marg6043
As expected a direct impact to PR cordillera is weakening Maria the eye is hard to spot now, but the winds are still a category 4 winds.
originally posted by: carewemust
Any damage reports from Puerto Rico yet?
Puerto Rican emergency officials are reporting that 100 percent of the island is without power.
Maria is moving away from the northwestern coast of Puerto
Rico, and strong winds and storm surge flooding should continue to
subside through early Thursday. However, heavy rainfall is expected
to continue, and catastrophic flash flooding is occurring on the
island, especially in areas of mountainous terrain. Everyone in
Puerto Rico should continue to follow advice from local officials to
avoid these life-threatening flooding conditions.