Even without bearing its full force down on Miami, Irma turned Brickell into a new environment, complete with rivers and wind-whipped waves.

Water still rising in downtown Miami along Brickell Avenue. Storm surge is intense. Neck deep in areas@wsvn #HurrcaneIrma pic.twitter.com/RLhVWIkTzQ

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Hurricane Irma turned Miami’s Brickell neighborhood into an inland sea

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Weeks after Hurricane Harvey dumped enough rain on Houston to turn it into an ocean, Hurricane Irma has driven parts of the Atlantic Ocean into downtown Miami. The city's Brickell neighborhood resembled a building-strewn sea as Irma powered into Florida, bringing wind gusts close to 100 miles per hour in the city. 

Even without bearing its full force down on Miami, Irma turned Brickell into a new environment, complete with rivers and wind-whipped waves.

Water still rising in downtown Miami along Brickell Avenue. Storm surge is intense. Neck deep in areas@wsvn #HurrcaneIrma pic.twitter.com/RLhVWIkTzQ

— Brian Entin (@BrianEntin) September 10, 2017 Read more...

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