Hurricane Florence heads for Bermuda (AP)

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<p><a href="*"><img src="" align="left" height="97" width="130" alt="This satellite image provided by NOAA Sunday Sept. 10, 2006 collected at 4:45 am EDT shows a color enhanced Infrared image of Hurricane Florence. In an infrared (IR) image cold clouds are high clouds, so the colors typically highlight the colder regions. For IR images, the bar on the right side of the image indicates the pixel brightness values for the corresponding color. At 5 am EDT the center of Hurricane Florence was located about 320 miles south of Bermuda moving toward the north-northwest at 15 MPH. Maximum sustained winds increased to near 80 MPH according to forecasters with additional strengthening expected over the next 24 hours. (AP Photo/NOAA)" border="0" /></a>AP - Florence intensified into the second hurricane of the Atlantic season Sunday as it headed for Bermuda, where residents installed storm shutters and hauled their yachts onto beaches.</p><br clear="all"/>