Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
Shields Marina starts taking water in the town of Saint Marks as Hurricane Michael pushes the storm surge up the Wakulla and Saint Marks Rivers which come together here on October 10, 2018 in Saint Marks, Florida. Photo by: Mark Wallheiser
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
Bo Lynn's Market starts taking water in the town of Saint Marks as Hurricane Michael pushes the storm surge up the Wakulla and Saint Marks Rivers which come together here on October 10, 2018 in Saint Marks, Florida. Photo by: Mark Wallheiser
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
The town of Saint Marks goes underwater as Hurricane Michael pushes the storm surge up the Wakulla and Saint Marks Rivers which come together here on October 10, 2018 in Saint Marks, Florida. Photo by: Mark Wallheiser
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
People try to get some rest at Lincoln High School as Hurricane Michael approaches on October 10, 2018 in Tallahassee, Florida. Photo by: Mark Wallheiser
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
The storm surge and waves from Hurricane Michael batter the beach front homes on October 10, 2018 in the Florida panhandle community of Shell Point Beach, Florida. Photo by: Mark Wallheiser
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
Uncle Ernie's Bayfront Grill in Panama City, Florida is a well-known local favorite restaurant. It opened in 1995, when Hurricane Opal hit. The business is14 feet above sea level, and water came up to dining doors back then. Owners are now preparing for Hurricane Michael, which is expected oct. 10, 2018.Photo by: The Now
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
Water appears to be rising at St. Andrews Marina in Panama City, Florida on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 ahead of Hurricane Michael's arrival.Photo by: The Now
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
Gas stations in Panama City, Florida were running out of fuel on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 as folks evacuating were filling up their vehicles. Many were turning off engines to conserve gas while they waited to refuel. Hurricane Michael is expected to make landfall Wednesday.Photo by: Jillian Hartmann/WFTX
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
Businesses in Panama City, Florida prepare for Hurricane Michael to make landfall Wed., Oct. 10, 2018.Photo by: The Now
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
Folks in Panama City, Florida boarded up their homes and businesses Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 in anticipation of Hurricane Michael, which was expected to make landfall Wednesday.Photo by: The Now
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
Businesses in Panama City, Florida were boarded up Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 ahead of Hurricane Michael's expected arrival on Wednesday.Photo by: The Now
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
Businesses in Panama City, Florida boarded up Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 ahead of Hurricane Michael, which was expected to make landfall Wednesday.Photo by: The Now
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
Mostly empty store shelves in Florida are seen Oct. 9, 2018 as people prepare for Hurricane Michael to make its way to the state's panhandle on Wednesday. Photo by: Jillian Hartmann/WFTX
Photos: Hurricane Michael slams Gulf Coast
 People line up for gasoline as Hurricane Michael bears down on the northern Gulf coast of Florida on October 8, 2018 outside Tallahassee, Florida. Michael was forecast to become a Category 3 storm with sustained winds of 120 mph when it makes landfall in the Florida panhandle Wednesday.Photo by: Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images