Downtown Pensacola was left submerged in water on September 16 after Hurricane Sally swept across the states of Florida and Alabama.
The NOAA’s National Ocean Service said that water levels at its tide stations along the Florida panhandle continued to rise after the hurricane’s landfall.
The Pensacola station, it added, experienced flood levels over five-and-a-half feet above normal high tide.
This footage of Pensacola was captured by local resident Trenton James Perry. Credit: Trenton James Perry via Storyful