Readers in Florida have been sending their pictures of Hurricane Wilma passing through the state. Allan Caley sent this image of Lake Munroe, Sanford on Monday morning.
David Eyley captured Wilma in Weston, Florida. "This photograph was taken through a bedroom window that had the storm shutters ripped off during the night," he said.
'Tigre' sent this image of the hurricane in Miami.
"A quick look around the neighbourhood revealed trees on all the streets, and this house has lost its fence." (Pic: 'Tigre')
Some roads are completely blocked by debris, like this one. (Pic: 'Tigre).
Andres Pantoja captured the ominous clouds over Dade County, Florida, as Wilma struck.
Dark clouds were followed by massive winds and driving rain. (Pic: Andres Pantoja)
Peter Dewitt photographed the flooded street outside his apartment in Fort Myers, Florida.
"Here the storm really started to blow around 0530 on Monday, with the most damage done after the eye of the storm had blown over around 0730." (Pic: Peter Dewitt)
"I usually park my car right in the spot where this tree fell. Glad I didn't last night!" (Pic: Peter Dewitt)
Other cars suffered minor damage from falling trees. (Pic: Peter Dewitt). If you have any pictures of Hurricane Wilma you can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.