Days after Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida, the state is starting to assess the damage and begin recovery efforts. On Tuesday, 2.3 million customers regained power, though millions remain without it. In the Keys, where 25 percent of homes were destroyed in devastating 130 mph winds and a 10-foot storm surge, residents are being allowed to return. An estimated 94,000 people remain in Florida shelters. "We've got a lot of work to do, but everybody's going to come together. We're going to get this state rebuilt," Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) said Tuesday. Meanwhile, Irma, now a post-tropical cyclone, is continuing to make its way north after dumping rain across the Southeast. President Trump is slated to visit Florida on Thursday.

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