Hurricane Michael left path of destruction, isn't done yet
The third-most powerful hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland in recorded history left a wide path of destruction across Florida and Georgia, destroying homes and shopping centers and felling trees that killed at least two people. And it's not done yet.
Hurricane Michael finally weakened to a tropical storm on Thursday, no longer a Category 4 monster packing 155 mph (250 kph) winds. But it was still menacing the Southeast with heavy rains, blustery winds and possible spinoff tornadoes, soaking areas swamped by epic flooding last month from Hurricane Florence.
By 5 a.m., Michael's eye was about 45 miles (72 kilometers) west of Augusta, Georgia, packing top winds of 50 mph (80 kph) and moving at 21 mph (33 kph) into South Carolina, the National Hurricane Center in Miami said....
Check out the 'Capitol Update' program produced by FSU in Tallahassee at their 'Florida Channel' website. They interview Mark Moore, a pastor of a church in Gadsden County, speaking of the damages and need for help in his area. I never knew that "Mexico Beach" ever existed, so I had to go to a website to check it out with their 'man-on-the-street' view.