Striking photography from Hurricane Michael
Updated Oct. 11,2018
Hurricane Michael made landfall on the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday as what Gov. Rick Scott called, “the worst storm that our Florida Panhandle has seen in a century.” Packing maximum sustained winds of 155 miles an hour, the storm rolled ashore midday and pummeled the coast with rain, wind and storm surges.
Photographers Gabriella Angotti-Jones, Scott McIntyre, Johnny Milano and Eric Thayer are on the ground in Florida covering the storm for The New York Times. We’ll be updating this feed with their latest work over the next several days.
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Downed power lines and trees in Tallahassee, Fla.
Damaged boats in a Panama City marina.
Flooding in Panama City.
A man walks through floodwaters in Panama City.
A woman rides out the storm in a hotel stairwell as Hurricane Michael makes landfall in Panama City Beach.
Trees sway in the wake of Hurricane Michael’s winds in downtown Tallahassee.
A family watches from a hotel lobby as Hurricane Michael come ashore in Panama City Beach.
The Waffle House’s Hurricane Response team in Tallahassee, plans to stay open as long as possible.
Guests at the DoubleTree in downtown Tallahassee watch as the bands of Hurricane Michael wash over the area.
Residents flock to the Piggly Wiggly in Tallahassee, one of the only open supermarkets Wednesday morning.
Residents stock up on ice in Tallahassee.
Hurricane Michael makes landfall in Panama City Beach.
Early morning on Wednesday in Panama Beach.