Michael’s storm surge moves quickly ashore in Destin, Florida

Miami Herald Incident 13 days ago
Hours before Category 4 Hurricane Michael was expected to make landfall, the Florida Panhandle was feeling the wind and waves from the powerful storm. At 11am on Wednesday, October 10, the storm was about 60 miles from Panama City Beach.

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