Tree lies on the ground in West Boynton Beach Florida during Hurricane Frances.
A tree lies on the ground in the Dorchester subdivision of Aberdeen Estates as Hurricane Frances slowly passes through West Boynton Beach, Florida, September 5, 2004. Frances whipped off roofs, felled trees and cut power to about 4 million people in Florida on Sunday as the huge and powerful storm lumbered over the state with ferocious winds and sheets of rain. The hurricane was so large and slow-moving that its western outer edges had begun arriving on the east coast on Saturday morning and by Sunday morning its eastern edges were still pounding the coast from which 2.5 million people had been told to flee. REUTERS/Gary I Rothstein GIR