St John's River Overflows in Jacksonville

StoryfulWeatherPublished: September 11, 201711 views
Published: September 11, 2017

The city of Jacksonville experienced record-breaking flooding on September 11, local media reported, with water levels rising higher than those recorded during Hurricane Dora in 1965. Residents along the St John’s River were warned to expect another four to six feet of flooding as the tide came in later that day, local media reported. The National Weather Service said a flash-flood warning remained in place for the area. The warning came as the National Hurricane Center downgraded Irma to a tropical storm, with maximum sustained winds of 70mph. Credit: Twitter/Brian Bush via Storyful

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