Aftermath of Hurricane Michael: photos, video

Stretch of Highway 98 near Sopchoppy caving in

Hurricane Michael battered Florida's Panhandle Wednesday, bringing with it destructive 155 mph winds and life-threatening storm surge.

CHOPPER VIDEOS: Damage to Mexico Beach 

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The winds of the Category 4 storm ripped apart homes, and feet of storm surge left homes underwater.

Action News Jax reporter Russell Colburn is reporting from the Florida Panhandle. He said according to an outage map, there are 110,000 customers without power in Tallahassee.

Michael weakened and became a Tropical Storm Thursday at 12 a.m., the National Hurricane Center said.

Hurricane Michael aftermath

Mexico Beach: 

Eastport:

Highway 98 in Carrabelle:

Mexico Beach before Michael: 

Mexico Beach after Michael:

Mexico Beach chopper video:

Panama City:

Panacea:

Alligator Point:

Aftermath of Hurricane Michael: Alligator Point

Aftermath of Hurricane Michael | Russell Colburn Action News Jax returned to Alligator Point to see how homes there fared after Hurricane Michael:

Posted by Action News Jax on Thursday, October 11, 2018

Highway 98:

Oct. 10 | Hurricane Michael makes landfall 

Photos and video from around the Panama City area show the path of destruction left behind by the near-Category 5 storm.

Large chunks of the roof at Pineapple Willy’s in Panama City Beach are coming off at a time. The northern eyewall is hitting the coast.

Posted by WJHG-TV on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

See more videos of the destructive storm and damage it left behind on Action News Jax's Facebook page.