(WKRG) — As Zeta made its way through the Gulf Coast, WKRG News 5 was ready to provide storm team coverage.
Videos and pictures from WKRG News 5 viewers and staff will be listed below.
UPDATE (3:18 PM) — Here are images showing some of the damage in Mount Vernon.
UPDATE (10/30/20 12:53 PM) — Poles are down in Prichard at the old Glendale elementary subdivision near Old Bay Bridge and Section Avenue.
UPDATE (3:00 PM) — Damage on Prine Road in Citronelle.
Video Courtesy: Draper Weaver
UPDATE (12:52 PM) — Video is of damage to a powerline in Wilmer.
UPDATE (10:54 AM) — The following photos are of a damaged Texaco gas station in Grove Hill as well as home damage.
UPDATE (10:29 AM) — Pictures below show Hurricane Zeta damage sustained in Thomasville.
UPDATE (10:19 AM ) — Rocky Creek Baptist Church in Lucedale has sustained damage to its steeple.
UPDATE (8:28 AM) — The giant sign by Sam’s Club and Lowe’s on I-10 near the Eastern Shore plaza is missing a giant beam in the middle.
UPDATE (8:18 AM) — Alabama Power says there are 155,000 power outages as of 8:00 a.m. Thursday. This includes Mobile County as well as our customers in Baldwin, Monroe, Clarke, and Escambia Counties.
UPDATE (7:39 AM) — According to a member of Daphne Search and Rescue, two people were rescued from chest-deep waters on the causeway overnight.
UPDATE ( 6:58 AM) — A WKRG News 5 viewer says numerous trees are down across roads in Mt Vernon. Here are a few pictures of damage on HWY 43.
UPDATE (6:15 AM) — The Dauphin Island Fire Station took on flood waters from Hurricane Zeta.
UPDATE (6:10 AM) — The Gulf Power website shows less than 8,000 power outages at 6:10 a.m. in Northwest Florida following Hurricane Zeta.
UPDATE (5:57 AM) — A tree fell through a house in Satsuma during Hurricane Zeta.
UPDATE (5:48 AM) — The National Weather Service out of Mobile put together a rough list of storm reports across the area.
UPDATE (5:24 AM) — Riviera Utilities sent the following update on power outages to WKRG News 5 Thursday morning.
Our crews worked through the night and will continue until all customers are restored. At the peak of the storm, we had approximately 15k customers out. As of this post we are down to around 2,000. Thanks to all of our men and women for burning the midnight oil to get this done!
UPDATE (5:04 AM) — Alabama Power reports outages are widespread Thursday morning with about 163,000 without power in Mobile and surrounding areas.
UPDATE (5:02 AM) — A tree fell through a house in Montrose.
UPDATE (4:18 AM) — Alabama Power is reporting 494,000 power outages across the state.
UPDATE (3:56 AM) — WKRG News 5 viewer sent us this video of a transformer exploding near Airport Boulevard and Snow Road in Mobile. As of right now, more than 180,000 people are without power in the Mobile area this morning.
UPDATE (3:35 AM) — The Gulf Power website shows more than 10,000 power outages at 3:30 a.m. in Northwest Florida following Hurricane Zeta.
UPDATE (3:26 AM) — According to NWS Mobile, as of 12:20 AM 100 percent of Clarke County Alabama was experiencing a power outage.
UPDATE (3:10 AM) — Flood waters took over near the Fairhope pier overnight as the Eastern Shore battled the winds of Hurricane Zeta.
UPDATE (2:56 AM) — Video is being sent in from Gulf Shores Alabama where storm surge is causing flooding near condos and on roadways.
UPDATE (2:29 AM) — WKRG News 5 received the following pictures from 1031 meals in Mobile early Thursday morning.
UPDATE (12:07 AM) — Thomasville Mayor Sheldon Day said a woman was rescued as a tree went through her house. There is heavy damage in the area. Roofs are off buildings downtown, trees down everywhere, many on homes.
UPDATE (11:56 PM) — Here’s video of flooding in Downtown Mobile on Water St.
UPDATE (11:55 PM) — A Gulf Shores parking lot is flooded from Zeta.
UPDATE (11:24 PM) — Delchamps Dr. is flooded in Downtown Mobile.
UPDATE (11:06 PM) — A viewer sent in surveillance video of high winds tearing apart what appears to be a guard shack/parking attendant structure on Church St. in Fairhope.
UPDATE (11:02 PM) — Video is of a transformer blowing out in Orange Beach during Hurricane Zeta.
UPDATE (10:57 PM) — The following pictures are of trees crashing into a home on Spanish Main St. in Spanish Fort.
UPDATE (10:01 PM) — Trees are down in Gulfport.
UPDATE (9:45 PM) — Video from WLOX show cars underwater in the parking garage of the Golden Nugget Casino.
UPDATE (9:24 PM) — A tree landed on a car at Willow Woods Apartments off of Oldshell Rd. The viewer said, “The tree came flying and I started running.”
UPDATE (9:00 PM) — Additional videos of Coden impacted by Hurricane Zeta was sent in.
Video Courtesy: Marty Wheeler
UPDATE (8:32 PM) — A man says the top of a pine tree fell on two vehicles located at his home.
UPDATE (8:15 PM) — The power in Gulf Shores seems to be flickering.
UPDATE (7:20 PM) — Strong winds and rain are seen in Pascagoula.
UPDATE (7:02 PM) — Weather video of Coden Belt Rd. in Coden.
Video Courtesy: Marty Wheeler
UPDATE (5:44 PM) — Little Lagoon in Gulf Shores is experiencing flooding in the area.
UPDATE (5:31 PM) — The slideshow includes more photos of the flooded causeway.
UPDATE (3:50 PM) — Wind seems to be picking up on Gulf Shores Beach.
UPDATE (3:28 PM) — Although common during tropical systems, it looks as though rising water is an issue at Mizell’s Fishing Camp on the causeway in Spanish Fort.
UPDATE (3:00 PM) — Double red flags are up in Gulf Shores and a high surf was reported.
UPDATE (2:45 PM) — The below video shows the weather in Fairhope as Zeta approaches.
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