Weather forecasters say Hurricane Dorian's winds have decreased slightly to 155 mph. The storm is now a powerful Category 4.
The storm is currently moving West across the Northern Bahama Islands at 1 mph. The slow movement of the storm, according to the NHC, will add to the "catastrophic winds and storm surge" which have been ongoing since Sunday, September 1.
Video and images from the Bahamas show some of the devastation as the storm continues to inch dangerously towards the Florida peninsula.
Read more on Hurricane Dorian from the KATC Weather Team: Complete Monday run down on Dorian
Water began to rise as Dorian slowly moved across Grand Bahama Island Sunday night and Monday morning. Videos show water from storm surge entering homes and causing damage.
“Everything’s floating.”— ABC News (@ABC) September 2, 2019
A Freeport man wades through knee-deep water that flooded his home as Hurricane Dorian batters the Bahamas, bringing life-threatening storm surge and flash flooding to the islands. https://t.co/fXpcL6jcTH pic.twitter.com/MmxC50CAuK
Dorian's strong winds have caused extreme damage across the islands, tearing apart buildings and tossing cars and debris.
Hurricane hunters with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shared video of a fly-through of Hurricane Dorian to their Facebook page.