Because Irma has been so mind-bogglingly intense for the past week, it's easy to grow numb to news of the storm's intensity—especially given the fact that it has weakened slightly, from a category 3 to a category 5. But Irma is still a major hurricane as it makes its final approach into Florida, with winds of 125 MPH as of the 2PM EDT advisory on Saturday. And it's almost certain to get stronger: Hurricanes are powered by warm water, and Irma will encounter some of the warmest it's ever seen during the journey from Cuba to Florida. The National Hurricane Center expects Irma to regain category four intensity before landfall. And as Irma is also a particularly large storm with an expansive wind field, most of Florida will experience a period of dangerous weather conditions on Sunday and Monday—no matter which way the system tracks.