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  • See streets as rivers, rivers as oceans when Irma hits Jacksonville

    The National Weather Service said a flash flood warning remained in place for Jacksonville, Florida, on September 11, as Tropical Storm Irma moved north. Local media reported that the city was experiencing record-breaking flooding, with water levels rising higher than those recorded during Hurricane Dora in 1965.

See streets as rivers, rivers as oceans when Irma hits Jacksonville

The National Weather Service said a flash flood warning remained in place for Jacksonville, Florida, on September 11, as Tropical Storm Irma moved north. Local media reported that the city was experiencing record-breaking flooding, with water levels rising higher than those recorded during Hurricane Dora in 1965.
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