Panama City Beach Hurricane Michael Forecast & Path [Oct. 10]

As Hurricane Michael heads toward the Florida panhandle, folks in Panama City Beach, Florida are bracing for impact. It’s expected that the storm will landfall there or near there. Watch live web cams of landfall here.

There are hurricane conditions forecast for October 10, 2018.

As of October 10, 2018, it was already too dangerous in Panama City Beach for emergency responders.

CNN’s @DianneG, live in Panama City Beach as Hurricane Michael approaches: “We have just been told Bay County Emergency Responders are at this point no longer going to be responding to calls because it is about to get too dangerous for them.”

— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) October 10, 2018

Watch what happened at 0:12 in @ExtremeStorms’s broadcast: Panama City Beach

— Jaime Honaker (@jlhonaker) October 10, 2018

Panama City beach

— Richard Fausset (@RichardFausset) October 10, 2018

The forecast for the Tallahassee area for October 10 and October 11 reads, “Tropical Storm Conditions Expected With Hurricane Conditions Possible.” Landfall is expected in the morning to early afternoon of October 10. Here is the time prediction map for landfall:

Landfall will be be near PCB/Mexico beach area. However, life threatening storm surge, Hurricane force winds, and heavy rainfall is expected all along the northeastern Gulf Coast.

— NWS Tallahassee (@NWSTallahassee) October 10, 2018

#Michael is steadily moving towards the coast, landfall is expected later this morning to early this afternoon. Conditions will deteriorate quickly, so stay put and find your safest location possible! #HurricaneMichael

— NWS Tallahassee (@NWSTallahassee) October 10, 2018

#MichaelTLH 7:30 a.m. Update from Leon County EM Director Kevin Peters and NWS Tallahassee’s Lauren Nash

— City of Tallahassee (@COTNews) October 10, 2018

“Hurricane Michael is now a category 4 hurricane! Catastrophic storm surge and winds are expected today. Michael is expected to make landfall as a category 4 along the Florida Panhandle Coast or Big Bend late this morning or early afternoon. This is an unprecedented event as there are no Category 4 storms on record to have made landfall along the Florida Panhandle coast. There is an increasing threat for tornadoes this morning as rain bands are already moving onshore. Michael is expected to bring life-threatening storm surge, widespread power outages that will last days to even more than a week in some areas, downed trees that will block access to roads and endanger individuals, structural damage to homes and businesses, isolated flash flooding and the potential for tornadoes. Trees falling on homes will become a dangerous and potentially deadly situation. The time for preparations is quickly ending,” the National Weather Service wrote in its local impact statement for Tallahassee on October 10.

You can see the National Weather Service page for Tallahassee here.

The detailed forecast for the Tallahassee area reads as follows from NWS:


Hurricane conditions. Showers and thunderstorms before 2pm, then showers and possibly a …read more

Source:: Heavy


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