US: Hurricane Michael Causes Bay County Evacuation Order Issued

  • Captured on Wednesday 10th of October 2018
  • Location is Florida


The outer bands of Hurricane Michael is beginning to hit the coasts of Florida on Wednesday morning, October 10.

Winds are beginning to pick up and heavy rain is expected in a few hours as the category 4 hurricane is expected to make landfall in a few hours.

Mandatory evacuation orders went into effect for some 120,000 people in Panama City Beach and across other low-lying parts of the Gulf coast. The mandatory orders affected people in Bay County, Citrus County, Dixie County, Franklin County, Gulf County, Jackson County, Levy County, Okaloosa County, Taylor County, Wakulla County and Walton County.

Now that the storm has made landfall it will begin to weaken. But that's all relative. It's still an extremely powerful storm with winds of 150 mph


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The video is shot in Bay County, Florida on Oct 10th. A video owner says "huge trees snapping like twigs, trash cans, mailboxes, fences, house siding, it is flying down the road!".