Hurricane Michael: Eyewall Now on the Beach

That is about as classic a hurricane eye (unfortunately) as you are going to see. Time 11:44am CDT.
Extreme storm surge is, in some areas, coinciding with the high astronomical tides. Wind gusts of 160 mph are likely. Tornadoes and damage already reported. There is no good news as it moves north northeast to northeast.

Gust of 183 mph (!!) 4,000' above the ground measured by Doppler radar. This likely means winds
of 170 mph at the surface.


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