Hurricane Idalia makes landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast

Hurricane Idalia makes landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast

Hurricane Idalia made landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast with intense wind speeds and the threat of a dangerous storm surge. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez and Marissa Parra report and Al Roker tracks the forecast for TODAY.

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34 Responses

  1. Rose Alee says:

    I always find it crazy when I see reporters filming outside in the middle of such powerful weather events! Keep safe everyone!

    • Red Gingerbread Pam says:

      Media does anything for the “dramatic” effect SMH
      I live in a Hurricane area. And yes often they will film & zoom in on the worse looking areas.

    • D Miller says:

      Hurricanes are actually not scary to stand outside.. my opinion.. it’s scarier being inside and not knowing.
      It has a surreal feeling.

    • Brian K says:

      they are never outside during the most intense times and rarely around the eyewall area. Ive been outside during many hurricanes and never felt unsteady unless it was the booze😂. Just dont be dumb your house walls will shield alot and evacuate if storm surge will affect you.

    • Idris Mateen says:

      I’d take my chances walking through a hurricane than walking to the corner store for “blunts” in Chicago 🤷🏿‍♂️

    • mike jones says:

      @Red Gingerbread Pam Yeah it would be “dramatic” if a stop sign came whezzing through and took his head off… I wonder if they would show that?

  2. Merry Nichols says:

    I’m in South Florida and praying for all of our Floridians. Please stay safe!!!

  3. Julie Wickham says:

    Thank you for the coverage and updates. We have so many family and friends in the path. Praying…

    • curtis wilson says:

      Very brave people, however, the people who had the chance to leave, but chose to ride the storm out, betcha won’t do that again, won’t you?I would feel sorry for the arrogance, but why feel sorry for them when they were warned it was going to be a category 3 or 4, but chose stupidity over their lives? I don’t care who don’t like my comment, but the truth is the truth. For the ones who couldn’t leave, my prayers go out to you, the emergency crews, the news people, and anyone else who are making a difference.

  4. Hello September says:

    Prayers to everyone. Stay safe reporters, camera 🎥 men and all of us. With love from Georgia ❤

  5. Frankyouknow says:

    I hope everyone is safe.🙏

  6. Foreveralady629 says:

    Praying for Florida!

  7. Adlih Kristopher says:

    My prayers are with everyone going through hurricane 🌀 Idalia’s 🙏 stay safe y’all ❤

  8. Dori White says:

    God keep him safe. Brave good job!👏👏👏

  9. Alex Lee says:

    I hope everyone keep safe😊

  10. michael hubbard says:

    No matter what we think no matter what we learn Mother Nature has no equal

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