Hurricane Michael Makes Landfall – Strongest storm to hit the Panhandle in history

This season, however, the few sessions gleaned from ramped-up tropical activity have been found to be more superfluous than before, as nearly-Cat 5 Hurricane Michael–the second significant and potentially devastating storm to impact the right coast–made landfall on Wednesday near Panama City on Florida’s Gulf Coast, bringing with it 155-mph-plus winds and torrential rains, after just a short window of quality surf.

With the Carolinas still reeling the sixth named storm of the 2018 season, Hurricane Florence–which landed in Wrightsville Beach in Mid-September–the West Coast of Florida was already on high alert early this week, as Michael began to strengthen late Sunday.

Read more here: Surfer Mag

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