Live coverage Hurricane Florence
Insane live Hurricane Florence coverage with commentary

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BlueSkies : Slow moving hurricane still on coast. Jeff we appreciate you for going in sharing your footage. Hope you check on the guy that stayed in that trailer home.

Kathryn White : Prayers, & be safe out there. Sending every 1, many prayers. Love to share

Jason Davis : Thank you for this. I was able to see my house. I am relieved

emaxulit1 : thanks jeff. We are lucky you do what you do. Thanks for risking your life so we can have a glimpse of the storm

the248boss ! : Jeff was so entertaining and knowledgeable. I lost it when he denied the China interview, I was laughing so hard I cried. Kathy's calls were a good touch :) I will be back ! More Jeff!!!!!!

Mz Lee : This was more entertaining than the mainstream news stations showing tiles coming off of hotel roofs...

StarGames : and here in Belgium we get nice weather :) thx

TheLegend 19980 : Liked and subscribed. Stay safe.

K J : When/If Jeff goes live again, will it be here?

Brian Ruff : BP - best parking.

Dawn of Depression : "got a launch pad?"

Anna Schott : So glad I found this channel yesterday! The passion this guy has for chasing a storm is out of this world😄I was hooked!

AstralMimi : brit here had to sleep but im GLUED to your stream dude! subbed

TheEvilFlyingToaster : Aaaaaaah! The sky is so overcast!!! Bless you all :((

Luis Rivera : We all have a Jeff inside of us.

Simeon Johnson : 4:05:00 Wow!! Great footage!

Rob D. Manetta : ༼ つ ◕_◕ ༽つ BP

drea Roses : 4:17 - BP sign goes down

fluffideer : aww i missed the live but this is still super interesting! please stay safe tho, i don't want you to get hurt

NUI BOYZ : Gr8 coverage thanks

Joe Rowland : I know when the storm came in the winds became terrible Irma did a tap dance on my house last year, I am still rebuilding. some of this video does not do justice for the effects of a hurricane. Normally you are insane to try to drive through a hurricane. You shouldn't drive through a tropical storm. once those bands move ashore you should be in a safe place not in a car.

cryhavoc999 : What car are you driving?

John Davis : What no Kevin here either?

Indy Lila : Hahaha crazy survivor this guy

Laura Kelland-May : Looks like those houses on the beach are going to be partly submerged! Built in posts... It would be interesting is you could go back there after

Julie Alexander : Where is this at? Specific city please

cjb 808 : Is he coming back on when the eye makes landfall?

Lynn Taylor : doesn't it see the sign

Mama Raphaella : I just watched a video from May 2011 the Tornado, anyone who watches Jeff and has not seen his earlier work, omg. This video was horrific, Jeff and his wife seem so lovely and have really helped many people.

Brian Faure : What a legend!

Lxvely MSP : So it isn't going to be in Australia Melbourne?

- HeyImDrako : 4:05:05 Thank me later.

Susan Holmes : What city are you in??

Raymond Price : your location?

Rob Wilson : This guy is ridiculous get the fuckkkkk outta there man

flisko : there is nothing happening here

Nora Dixon : Is this feed current?

Ron Bilevich : Prayers from Israel We all: inanimate nature, plants, animals, and humans belong to one system. Tsunamis and hurricanes are awakened by the same forces that are controlled by our thoughts and feelings. It is only that our mind and feelings are at a higher degree than the force that causes hurricanes. A hurricane is strong in quantity, and a person—in quality. If we improve our relationships at the human degree by “ten grams”, getting closer to each other, then by this we weaken the hurricane at the lower degree not by ten grams, but by ten billion times. It will not cause any harm. After all, this is one system, one level above another. We, at the human level, are at the qualitative level and the hurricane, at the inanimate level, is at the quantitative level. Its strength is in quantity, and ours is in quality, and therefore, human thought is capable of starting and stopping hurricanes. However, so far, we only start them.

DeathStarDiva : Are you doing another live video??

Eddie Zweers : @1:20 "Feck the hurricane. Fri-dee is bin collection-dee and don't you dare makin'up allsorts of excuses for not coming to empty my bin because of a bit of wind and water!" ~ Neighbours Billy Ray and Cletus living at number 32 and 63...probably

Digital Dan Thomas : Are we still "live"?

Colin Campbell : Ya it was epic

Pbean2 : He finally ended it after around 10 hours .. wow

Derpy Pigeon : I’m glad I don’t live there

Elaine Morgan : are you not scared ?

Mark Fox : What haopened

Beth Strickland : good job reporting.

Mike Foxtrot : not live

Broke Girl Moe : Your right down the road from me! I have always wanted to meet you...I hate that you had to come because of this situation but stay safe!!! We are hunkered down!!