Hurricane Matthew's eye is skirting the Florida coast and videos of the storm's wrath are pouring in via social media. The storm was downgraded to a Category 3 on Friday, but dangerous storm surges, high winds and torrential rains are expected to batter the coastline all day.
Florida residents wasted no time posting their experiences of the storm to social media.
Time Lapse Video Of #HurricaneMatthew Moving Into Cocoa... - https://t.co/v6xW9xYN6B— Lite Rock 99.3 (@Lite Rock 99.3)1475866221.0
Water rushing into Jacksonville beach @ActionNewsJax #hurricanematthew #firstalertwx https://t.co/rzdHTkOwvv— Ashley Homrich (@Ashley Homrich)1475861612.0
Here is the tale of 2 days in Ponce Inlet, Fla., from one our web cams. Yesterday vs. this am #Hurricanematthew… https://t.co/NhNOShocU8— WeatherBug (@WeatherBug)1475862279.0
Dramatic video shows people reportedly stuck at St. Augustine, Florida bed & breakfast as #Matthew's surge rolls in… https://t.co/UlOS1HU7qs— CNN (@CNN)1475859063.0
Waves crash into a home in Lake Mary, Florida, as Hurricane #Matthew continues to make its way up the coast… https://t.co/1Oo3KI7sQa— CNN (@CNN)1475866516.0
Film from Daytona Beach as it is hit by Hurricane Matthew - thoughts and prayers with all in it's wake pic.twitter.com/N9UF1wtaZI
— Wellbelove (@wellbelove) October 7, 2016
Surge really looking horrible for Central/North FL coast. This posted from near St. Augustine:… https://t.co/Bhrfs9hqIz— Alejandro Alvarez (@Alejandro Alvarez)1475866518.0
#Matthew llega a la zona sur del área de Daytona Beach y provoca inundaciones @ReporteYa https://t.co/bK2aAMNl41— En Minuto Global (@En Minuto Global)1475867129.0