Posted by on September 8, 2017 11:35 pm
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As the following “before and after” photos taken from the French Keraunos satellite show, the catastrophic damage on Barbuda can be seen from space with the entire island stripped of tropical foliage and left brown.

And here is a similar photo from space showing the mostly destroyed island of St. Marten

Next, a video of what Hurricane Jose looked like when the Intl. Space Station flew over it at 10:10am EDT this morning, and then over Hurricane Irma 90 minutes later.

Below is a clip showing the aftermath from Irma on the British Virgin Islands:

Then some aerial images of the massive traffic jam on the Florida Turnpike as people attempt to flee the Hurricane:

Finally, a photo showing all three concurrent hurricanes above the Atlantic as of this moment.

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