miami - The American National Hurricane Center has placed Hurricane Irma in category 4 on Friday. The devastating hurricane that draws across the north of the Caribbean has caused massive damage since Wednesday as a hurricane of the heaviest category 5 and made victims on St. Maarten.
Irma is still expected to be very powerful for three days. She travels north of Cuba at a speed of about 25 kilometers per hour and wind blows of almost 250 kilometers per hour in the north-west direction. Irma goes to the south or southeast of the state of Florida on weekends.