Yesterday we posted the video of water being sucked from around Long Island in the Bahamas.
"I am in disbelief right now..."
In the center of Irma, the pressure is very low and water is drawn upward in a sucking motion.
He also warned that the water will come back soon - and residents should be cautious, since the water's return may be powerful.
Since the hurricane is so strong and its pressure is very low, it is sucking water from its surroundings and bringing it into the core of the storm.
"As the wind on Long Island was blowing in the northwesterly direction, on that side of the island it would be blowing water away from the shore, added Ms Fritz".
Hurricane Irma is strong enough to completely change the shape of an ocean.
Hurricane Irma is creating such a stir that it is pulling water from the shorelines of some of the areas caught in the hurricane's crosshairs.
"As the storm draws water toward the centre, it gets pulled away from the surroundings".
Some Twitter users expressed concern over this rare occurrence as receding shoreline that exposes the ocean floor is often a sign of approaching Tsunami.
Irma is due to make landfall in the Florida Keys this weekend and then move north up the coast.
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