Flooded Miami Streets & Stalled Cars : Tropical Cyclone One Walk in Downtown (June 4, 2022)

Flooded Miami Streets & Stalled Cars : Tropical Cyclone One Walk in Downtown (June 4, 2022)



Miami got around 10 inches of rain from Tropical Cyclone One (was going to be named Tropical Storm Alex if conditions were …

Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82k1UhQ-Q_4

21 thoughts on “Flooded Miami Streets & Stalled Cars : Tropical Cyclone One Walk in Downtown (June 4, 2022)

  1. Wow! A city with no homeless and rail off the ground! I'm impressed. Wished we had this rain in Northern California. We are broiling out here. Great Channel. Subscribed.

  2. Imagine how much all those paver bricks lining the sidewalks costed. Nearly twice the price of concrete.

  3. Hope Hurricane season 2022 will just be a normal one, and nothing too bothersome.

  4. Interesting that despite Miami being in a rainy, tropical storm climate well before it was founded, flooding still occurs. Perhaps the city planers could've done better or perhaps they turned a blind eye.

  5. Muito triste! O estado de Pernambuco, no Brasil também está sofrendo com as tempestades e inundações.

  6. People see all that water 🌊 why drive threw it's higher than the car 😂

  7. I still love Miami this is only a few weeks better than 8 months of Snow Storms risking my life everyday to go to work

  8. this is real news when you get an independent person simply capturing the events

  9. Американцы в Майями живут на побережье моря и удивляются, когда на улицах большие лужи.
    У нас в России в Самарской области после каждого дождя океаны затапливают дороги — обычное дело…

  10. Get used to it. This will be the new norm unfortunately.

  11. I didn't realize how bad it was until I went out Saturday afternoon in North Miami Ave, a lot of the side streets were closed with cars just abandoned. I didn't know anything was going to happen until it poured down on my commute Friday morning. Honestly this video is tame compared to some other parts of the city.

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