Yesterday we posted the video of water being sucked from around Long Island in the Bahamas.
This is being marked as one of the most extraordinary weather phenomena's in history.
Kelly Johnson, posted a video on Facebook on Facebook of the beach in Long Island, Bahamas.
"I am in disbelief right now..." she wrote.
Its power has changed the shape of the ocean around the Bahamas. On the northwest side of the island, it would be blowing the water away from the shoreline.
The wind on Long Island in the Bahamas is from the southeast to the northwest on Saturday.
"Basically, Hurricane Irma is so strong and its pressure is so low, it's sucking water from its surroundings into the core of the storm", Fritz wrote.
The Washington Post also adds that the jarring disappearance of the ocean could be attributed to hurricane "bulge", referring to the centre of the storm being so low pressure that water is actually drawn upwards.
While some have speculated the disappearing water could indicate an incoming tsunami, that's not the case here.
Meteorologists explain the incredible pressure from Hurricane Irma is pulling the water into the storm's center. It will probably be back by Sunday afternoon'. The Category 4 storm made landfall Sunday morning in Florida, where it is expected to move up the western coast of the state.
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