Crew aboard the US Coast Guard Cutter Decisive rode out choppy seas near Pensacola, Florida, caused by Hurricane Sally, which made landfall in Alabama, close to the Florida state line, as a Category 2 hurricane on the morning of September 16.
Footage from the vessel, showing driving wind and rain and large swells, was shared by the US Coast Guard a few days later, on September 21.
Hurricane Sally brought winds of up to 105 miles per hour, according to the National Hurricane Center,. Major damage was reported in Pensacola, involving downed trees, damaged houses, and flooded properties. Credit: US Coast Guard via Storyful