Meteorologist Walker Ashley breaks down the hurricane season

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In this satellite image released by NASA/NOAA GOES Project, Hurricane Irma reaches Puerto Rico on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017. A decade-long lucky streak of decent weather that helped rescue one of Florida’s biggest home insurers from collapse could come to a wet, violent end if predictions about Hurricane Irma prove true. (NASA/NOAA GOES Project via AP)

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Meteorologist and Northern Illinois University Professor Walker Ashley explains what will make the imminent damage from Hurricane Irma catastrophic, and describes two other imminent hurricanes. He also explains a ProgressPolls question, which asks if mother nature or global warming is responsible for hurricanes.

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