Trees and homes are submerged in water in Freeport, Bahamas, Monday, September 2.
The U.S. National Hurricane Centre in Miami said the eye of Hurricane Dorian is “wobbling” over the Bahamas’ northernmost island.
Residents of Grand Bahama have been advised to remain in their shelters, as dangerous winds will pick back up once the eye passes.
Top sustained winds remain at 165 mph (265 kph) and the Category 5 storm continues to inch west at just 1 mph (1.6 kph).
Dorian is expected to continue lashing the Bahamas on Monday, before moving closer to the southeastern U.S. coast Monday night through Wednesday evening.