After being hit by two consecutive Category 4 and 5 Hurricanes back to back, the most recent being Category 4 Hurricane Maria. Puerto Rico is completely without power. Here is Drone Footage of the widespread damage, and flooding to Puerto Rico in San Juan and Canóvanas.
The ‘Reverse Surge’ leaves the docks dry, boats on bottom, and some boats tied hanging from their docks, as Hurricane Irma emptied the Sarasota Bay near Marina Jack’s in Sarasota Florida. Also there is footage of the first squall line impacts on downtown Sarasota with some minor damage and large tree down at Riverview High school.
Nearly a foot of rain from Hurricane Irma caused extensive fresh-water flooding in the Lehigh Acres suburb of Ft. Myers FL. Shots of flooded vehicles, people wading in deep water, traffic driving through flood waters, and some wind damage to structures.
Low pressure in the center of the storm caused the Gulf of Mexico water to be sucked away from the beach so fast that it caused the Manatees to be left stranded on the sea floor after the rare phenomenon caused by Hurricane Irma in Sarasota, Florida.
Apocalyptic scene across Florida Keys following devastating storm surge across Big Pine, Bahia Honda, Marathon, Duck, Long, and Lower Matecumbe Keys. Shots of heaps of interlaced debris and destruction, destroyed US Highway 1, stranded boats, obliterated neighborhoods, and scattered vehicles and belongings. All footage shot during afternoon daylight on September 10, 2017 on/near Big Pine Key, Bahia Honda Key, Vaca Key including the town of Marathon, Duck Key, Long Key, and Lower Matecumbe Key by Meteorologists Juston Drake and Simon Brewer.
Meteorologist, and storm chaser Juston Drake can be seen in this viral footage exiting a car in Key West, Florida during Hurricane Irma to measure the wind speeds inside the eye of the Hurricane. The winds were over 120mph + at this particular moment.
Here is terrifying footage of storm surge waves entering the front door of a home during Hurricane Irma on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. Hurricane Irma was a category 5 with over 180mph winds when it hit Anguilla.