WATE 6 On Your Side staff -
KEY WEST, Fla. (WATE) -- Hurricane Irma's eyewall has reached the Florida Keys Sunday, hurling street signs, downing trees and knocking out power for more than 750,000 residents.
The National Hurricane Center said Irma is expected to remain powerful as it heads north along the state's Gulf coast.
This is the scene in south Florida this morning:
District arms teachers with rocks in
Powerful storm brought much-needed rain