Images from Hurricane Irma's aftermath

(Modern Cities)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Although Hurricane Irma was in the process of transitioning into a tropical storm when its outer bands moved through Jacksonville, a confluence of weather patterns caused a Category 3-level storm surge, flooding many parts of the center city and other areas on the waterways.

Here are a few images of the swollen St. Johns River's impact in and around Downtown Jacksonville.

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