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Satellite images show Grand Bahama before and after Dorian's wrath

In this NOAA GOES-East satellite handout image, Hurricane Dorian, now a Cat. 4 storm, moves slowly past Grand Bahama Island on September 2, 2019 in the Atlantic Ocean. Dorian moved slowly past the Bahamas at times just 1 mph as it unleashed massive flooding and winds of 150 m.p.h.
Posted at 10:50 AM, Sep 03, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-03 15:43:28-04

(CNN) -- A striking satellite image of Grand Bahama Island shows vast areas of the island under water after Hurricane Dorian passed through the region on Monday.

Video in the tweet below shows the same regions of the island prior to Hurricane Dorian:

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Grand Bahama island before Hurricane Dorian made landfall.
Grand Bahama island before Hurricane Dorian made landfall.
Grand Bahama island after Hurricane Dorian made landfall. In the after photo, note the yellow lines that mark where the land was before the storm flooded the area.
Grand Bahama island after Hurricane Dorian made landfall. In the after photo, note the yellow lines that mark where the land was before the storm flooded the area.

Grand Bahama Island was still in the path of Hurricane Dorian on Tuesday and the area continues to endure devastating weather conditions produced by the hurricane's eyewall, according to the National Hurricane Center.

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