The storm has cut a path across Caribbean islands, killing some people and leaving many homeless. Irma could be lowered to a category four by the time it arrives in Florida, but the scale of damage it wreaks in its path is yet to be seen. 1992: Hurricane Andrew - 267km/h (165mph) The Governor of Florida, Rick Scott, has said Irma "could be worse" than Andrew. "The storm is bigger, faster and stronger than Hurricane Andrew ," he said. The storm from 25 years ago looms large in Florida memories. Andrew claimed 26 lives and left up to 250,000 people homeless. Damages it caused cost $25bn (£15.8bn) and it took years for some areas to get back to normal. If Irma keeps up its wind speeds, it will be the first category five storm to hit the US since Andrew. 1935: Labour Day Hurricane - 300km/h (186mph) This hurricane predated the naming system given to tropical storms, but is estimated to have made landfall as a category five storm across the Florida Keys and the state's mainland on 2 September 1935. Its path of destruction was about 40 miles wide, producing a surge about 20ft above sea level. Some 408 people were reportedly killed - over half had been evacuated from the Florida Keys on a train that then derailed.
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The fact is, we need each other. So you and your bottomless friend should make a date to visit the Women’s Museum of California in Liberty Station, where a new exhibit dedicated to handbags will be on display through July 2. With its cases full of beaded beauties, fringed finds and woven wonders, “One Hundred Years of One Hundred Handbags” is a tribute to these necessary accessories and to the women who carried them. “Purses give you a portal into women’s lives at the time,” said museum director Diane Peabody Straw. “Our mission is to always tell women’s stories, and I think this collection is a reflection of that.” The exhibit won’t make your purse-burden feel lighter, but it will put your load into historical perspective. Except for that Ziploc full of ancient goldfish crackers lurking at the bottom. There is really no excuse for that. Happy browsing! (The Women’s Museum of California is at 2730 Historic Decatur Road, Barracks 16, in Point Loma’s Liberty Station.
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