Hurricane Irma update:

With pounding winds of 130 miles per hour, Hurricane Irma swept over the Florida Keys on Sunday and headed toward southwest Florida after leaving a path of destruction across the Caribbean.

The extent of the damage in the Keys from the storm, which was upgraded to a Category 4 hurricane overnight, was not immediately apparent.”

“We don’t have the exact numbers on everyone who stayed in the Keys,” Gov. Rick Scott of Florida said in a television interview on Sunday morning, referring to a mandatory evacuation order that had been in place for several days. “I hope everyone listened.”

• Midday on Sunday, Miami was facing hurricane-force gusts of 70 to 90 miles per hour, the National Weather Service said. Winds at those speeds were expected to continue through the evening, according to Chris Fisher, a meteorologist with the agency.

• More than 1.3 million customers in Florida were without power Sunday morning, and power had been restored to nearly 200,000 customers, according to the electric company Florida Power & Light. Keys Energy Services, which supplies electricity to Key West and the lower Florida Keys, said that all of its 29,000 customers were without power.”