Jeanne's Relentless Winds Hit Florida Coast

Jeanne's relentless winds hit Florida coast

Officials in Florida are just beginning to get a sense of the damage Hurricane Jeanne has done. The storm's winds peeled back roofs on homes and flooded streets along the state's Atlantic coast. Officials say one person in Miami died after touching a downed power line. Jeanne crashed into Florida late last night near Stuart -- the same area hit by Hurricane Frances earlier this month. It came ashore as a Category Three storm with winds at 120 miles-per-hour, but has weakened over land. Those winds have dropped to about 85 miles-per-hour, making it a Category One hurricane.

Forecasters say they expect it to move north into Georgia and the Carolinas in the coming days, where it could cause more flooding.