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After Hurricane Florence made landfall in the Caribbean Sea on Friday, many people thought it would be a short-lived hurricane.
The storm left a gaping hole in the Atlantic Ocean and devastated much of the Caribbean.
Today, however, the storm has died down, and Hurricane Florence is officially the strongest storm in the Southern Hemisphere.
At least four people were confirmed dead in the U.S. and Puerto Rico after Hurricane Florence hit Puerto Rico and the U, and the death toll is expected to rise as more information comes in.
More than 60,000 people in Puerto Rico were left without power and 1.4 million were without running water, according to the governor of the U the U territory.
The hurricane caused major flooding in Puerto Rican neighborhoods and destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses.
Hurricane Florence also knocked out power to more than 50,000 homes and left about 2.5 million people without power for several days.
The U.N. estimates that up to 100,000 to 160,000 Puerto Ricans have died since Hurricane Florence began battering the island last September.