Here’s a look at some of the damage Hurricane Sally caused in Pensacola, Florida and its surrounding areas.
The storm dumped catastrophic levels of rain on Pensacola, some areas seeing more than two feet of rain.
Officials have already reported a storm surge of five and a half feet. Roads and parking lots are flooded.
The water has even sent some dumpsters floating away. Dozens of vehicles are also underwater.
Winds of up to 85 miles per hour slammed the area and residents are being warned to stay indoors.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency in 13 northwest Florida counties.
The storm is expected to move inland across southeastern Alabama later today and into Thursday.