Hurricane Irma made landfall on Sunday in Florida, sending rain, mudslides and winds of up to 60 mph.
But a new report by the National Hurricane Center says it’s not the only hurricane in the area that could cause flooding.
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Read moreThe storm was moving northward as a Category 5 hurricane, the strongest storm in the Atlantic basin, before hitting Florida’s coast.
By Monday, the hurricane was moving at an average of 13 mph, according to the National Weather Service.
In the meantime, there were several flash floods reported in Florida’s south, the Associated Press reported.
Floodwaters in Miami have reached waist-deep levels, the Miami Herald reported.
It was not immediately clear how much damage was caused by Irma.
The storm is expected to weaken over the next few days.
Hurricane Jose will be a Category 3 storm on Sunday and move closer to Florida’s west coast on Tuesday, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said.
It’s not yet clear how Irma will impact the rest of the United States.
It’s also not yet known if it will impact Florida, or the Gulf Coast.
The storm could affect parts of Texas and the Carolinas as well.