Hurricane Irma made landfall in the Florida Keys Sunday morning as a Category 4 storm with winds in excess of 130 miles per hour. The eye of the storm moved over Big Pine Key, Summerland Key and Cudjoe Key, Fla., according to the National Hurricane Center. As the storm makes its way up the west coast of Florida, the effects of Irma are still felt in Miami, on Florida’s east coast.

“We don’t have the exact numbers on everyone who stayed in the Keys,” Florida Gov. Rick Scott said Sunday morning in a television interview. “I hope everyone listened.”

Scott is referring to the mandatory evacuations the state issued for southern Florida. Around 6.5 million Floridians were told they had to get out of Florida.

Officials had originally predicted the storm to move up Florida’s east coast, but it has since changed course.

Strong winds are whipping across Miami’s metro area. The wind has caused sign posts and trees to come down. Cranes dotting the Miami skyline are getting hit by the strong winds causing    at least one to collapse.

Videos from local news outlets show that parts of the city are beginning to experience flooding, including Bricknell Avenue in Downtown Miami.