The Sunshine Skyway Bridge was closed due to high winds from Tropical Storm Emily in July 2017.
The Sunshine Skyway Bridge was closed due to high winds from Tropical Storm Emily in July 2017. Shadd, Dirk Tampa Bay Times File
The Sunshine Skyway Bridge was closed due to high winds from Tropical Storm Emily in July 2017. Shadd, Dirk Tampa Bay Times File

Hurricane Irma closes the Sunshine Skyway Bridge over Tampa Bay

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