Hurricane Irma could travel inland and wreak havoc on Tennessee and Georgia, according to the latest NOAA storm path. Hurricane Irma is currently tearing through the Bahamas and is on track to reach the north coast of Cuba later today. Although the storm has been downgraded to a category 4 hurricane, it is still an extremely dangerous and deadly system with maximum sustained winds of 155mph. The latest

storm path from the NOAA forecasts that Irma will bring hurricane conditions to Florida by Saturday night. The eye of the storm will reach the US on Sunday morning, and is likely to make landfall.The NOAA says “there is a chance of direct impacts in portions of Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina, but it is too early to specify the magnitude and location of these impacts”. READ MORE