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Michael batters Panama City, Florida

Videos posted to social media show strong rain and wind hitting the coast with 155 miles per hour (249 kph) winds and the potential for a devastating storm surge.
Michael, which had caught many by surprise with its rapid intensification as it churned north over the Gulf of Mexico, was the most powerful storm ever recorded to hit the Panhandle, and it strengthened even as it approached land.

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