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Jenny Blunt 2021-09-02

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James Bice 2020-09-23
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Damage to coastal areas in Alabama and along the Florida Panhandle has been revealed in new aerial imagery.
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Edmond Garcia 2020-07-30
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The Florida Panhandle may be spared major impact from the newly formed Tropical Storm Isaias, which now has the state’s east coast in its sights, according to reports.
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Jesse Rodriguez 2019-04-18
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A 1,688-pound female great white shark called Miss Costa was spotted this week swimming in the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida panhandle, according to researchers

A transmitter on the sub-adult shark “pinged” south of Panama City, Fla., according to OCEARCH, an international great white shark research organization.

A “ping” occurs when a tagged shark’s dorsal fin breaks the surface of the water, transmitting a signal to a satellite, the organization told the Pensacola News Journal.

GREAT WHITE SHARKS ARE AFRAID OF ORCAS, STUDY FINDS

While it isn’t unusual for great whites to swim through the Gulf of Mexico, Miss Costa’s cruise through the Florida Panhandle is significant because a ping from a large female that far north into the Gulf is rare, OCEARCH said in a news release Tuesday.

The organization said it hopes that tracking Miss Costa and other great white sharks will help to understand the movement patterns of sharks in the Gulf.

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Joseph Jones 2020-02-28
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We are a family-owned and operated roofing company based in Brandon, FL with a branch located in the Florida panhandle and one coming soon to Orlando. Our owners have a combined nearly 50 years of experience dealing with residential and commercial roofing projects of all types and sizes.
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Justin Martinez 2018-10-10
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Category 4 Hurricane Michael is set to slam into the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday.

While eyes in space watch the dangerous storm from above, cameras on the ground are tracking the hurricane's impending landfall for live internet viewing.

UK newspaper The Sun is streaming live on YouTube from cameras located in various places around Florida, including Panama City and Venice Jetty, a popular spot for surfing, fishing and kayaking.

The WaterSound Beach Club near Panama City Beach is also sharing a live-cam view of crashing waves and rain.

A lone US flag attached to an offshore tower became an icon when it starred in a live-cam feed during Hurricane Florence in September.

Michael is shaping up to be even more powerful than Florence, which weakened just ahead of its landfall.

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Julian Dunkelberger 2018-10-15
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Verizon and AT are slowly bringing the Florida Panhandle, and surrounding areas in the US, back online after Hurricane Michael devastated its mobile and fiber networks.

The category-four storm has killed at least 18 people, leveled neighborhoods, and left more than 350,000 folks without power, since making landfall on Wednesday near Mexico Beach on the Gulf Coast.

Verizon reckons 99 percent of its network in the state of Georgia are now operational, and 98 percent in Florida.

Its status page reports the “hardest hit area of Panama City, Panama City Beach, and the surrounding communities still experiencing the most impact.”

AT is faring better, it seems: in its most recent status update, the carrier said its network is “nearly fully restored in most affected areas,” with portable cell sites operational “in numerous locations throughout Florida and Georgia.”

The FCC is tracking mobile outages here, and its latest communications status report stated: “Although Hurricane Michael has had a serious impact on communications services in the Florida Panhandle and parts of Georgia some improvements are evident, especially in wireless services where the percentage of cell sites out of service dropped over the last four days from 18.8 percent to 5.2 percent.”

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Randall Vincent 2018-12-04
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However, mobile and wood homes standing a few feet off the ground could be a lot more susceptible to winds exerting force from underneath and increasing the force of loads on walls and ceilings -- a possibility that has been studied little, until now.

Today, a researcher from the University of Kansas is investigating elevated residential buildings in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael's impact of the Florida panhandle, where recorded wind speeds reached and exceeded design wind loads along the coast.

"Hurricane Michael made landfall on October 10, with wind speeds within a few miles per hour of a Category 5, and impacted the Florida panhandle," she said.

"For elevated wood structures, in ASCE 7 there's nothing to account for the fact that they're elevated rather than having four walls on ground, with air flowing underneath that could change pressures on walls and roofs," she said.

Many mobile homes are designed to 1980s wind loads, so there has been 40 years of updates lacking to design standards.

Based on ongoing experimental work, Sutley and her team identified wind damage could be greater to permanently fixed housing elevated between 3 and 7 feet compared with housing elevated less than 3 and greater than 7 feet.

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Panhandle Heating Air 2019-04-09
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Panhandle Heating And Air Pensacola Conditioning are a licensed, family owned and operated company servicing the Florida panhandle with over 35+ years experience.

Panhandle Heating and Air Conditioning specialize in residential and commercial installation and service.

Give us a call today for any of your heating or air conditioning need and let our family help your family or business.

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Everett Enriquez 2018-10-24
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When Hurricane Michael unleashed its wrath on the Florida Panhandle in early October, it unearthed a piece of history: the wreckage of not just one — but possibly two — 19th-century ships.

The remaining part of the ships, located on Dog Island in Franklin County, “are extremely well documented and are well-understood,” Sarah Revell, communications director at the Florida Department of State, told Fox News.

These vessels have “been mostly stationary” since they were wrecked by Hurricane Carrabelle in 1899, she added, noting “some parts of the site have become exposed” from time to time.

Andrew Smith, a longtime Dog Island resident who witnessed the wreckage, told Fox News this is the most he’s ever seen the ancient ship uncovered.

The Carrabelle Boat Club wrote on Facebook about the Dog Island "history revealed" by the storm, posting Smith's photos, which have since been shared more than 3,000 times.

After Carrabelle hit the island, “damage estimates reached $1 million dollars, including nearly 60 vessels beached or completely destroyed,” according to the Florida Memory Program.

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Jeff Bautista 2018-10-10
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Hurricane Michael has ramped up in intensity and turned it into a Category 4 monstrosity.

While residents and first responders prepare for the hurricane to make landfall Wednesday along the Gulf Coast of the Florida Panhandle, satellites and the International Space Station are tracking its progress from above.

NASA posted a video from the ISS on Tuesday from an altitude of 255 miles (410 kilometers).

It showed an upside-down view of Michael as it moved across the Gulf of Mexico.

The National Hurricane Center called the storm "potentially catastrophic" in an advisory issued Wednesday, hours ahead of an anticipated landfall later in the day.

The message warns of a life-threatening storm surge, hurricane force winds and heavy rainfall.

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Ronald Griffis 2016-10-09
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Many feared that NASA s Kennedy Space Center was in for a world of hurt this weekend as the category 4 Hurricane Matthew ploughed its way towards the Florida panhandle.

But the space agency says that damage was relatively minor and further inspections are taking place today.

After wobbling west and east on Friday morning, Matthew ended up taking a course towards the Atlantic and away from KSP.

The eye of the hurricane passed by the NASA facility from a distance of about 20 miles but it still endured sustained winds of 90 mph.

NASA s initial survey found that various buildings and vehicles mostly suffered minor damage.

Most importantly the enormous Vehicle Assembly Building, the Complex 39 launch pads and the active launch pads at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station all seem to be in good shape.

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Paul Kliebert 2016-09-04
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Until Hermine blew through the Florida Panhandle and up into Georgia, Florida had experienced a pleasant, hurricane-free few years.

In fact, as The Weather Channel noted, Florida went nearly eleven years without a single hurricane making landfall.

The last hurricane to set foot in Florida was Hurricane Wilma, a Category 3 storm that made landfall in south Florida back on October 24, 2005.

Since then 68 Atlantic-based hurricanes have skipped the Sunshine State—more than twice the previous record of hurricanes.

That s alarming as, according to the National Hurricane Center, 40-percent of Atlantic and Gulf-based hurricanes from 1851-2010 affected Florida.

The state has more coastline than any other state touching the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic, so the odds were never in Florida s favor.

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Jason Hill 2018-04-23
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A powerful waterspout was captured on video in the Florida Panhandle Sunday.

The swirling phenomena was seen tearing through Okaloosa Island, passing over a sound then making landfall in Fort Walton Beach, according to WEAR-TV.

Dave Perkins and his wife witnessed the destruction.

“Water started coming up out of the Gulf, tore up one of the buildings, roof came off, boat flipped over, pieces of debris are falling out of the air,” he told the station.

Michelle Seitz, a long-time resident of Okaloosa Island, said her house was destroyed.

“We heard stuff rip off the house.

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Sandra Wilson 2018-10-10
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Hurricane Michael made landfall Wednesday northwest of Mexico Beach, Florida.

The powerful Category 4 storm brought winds of up to 155 mph.

Michael's low central pressure makes it the strongest hurricane the US has seen in nearly 50 years.

Videos shared on social media show severe flooding and destruction in Florida.

Hurricane Michael, the most powerful storm the US has seen in nearly 50 years, is moving through the Florida Panhandle, ripping apart homes and sending walls of water rushing inland.

That strong, well-developed core makes for a very powerful, windy storm on land.

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Michelle Briggs 2018-10-11
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At least seven people are dead, 900,000 homes and businesses have lost power, and an estimated 325,000 people who fled the storm have to find their way back home.

Those researchers—John Renne, a professor of urban and regional planning and the director of Florida Atlantic University’s Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions, and doctoral student Andrea Ramos—reviewed six sorts of emergency plans for all 67 of Florida’s counties.

Multihazard plans are for events that include both hurricanes and other issues like flooding or environmental contamination risk.

Renne and Ramos graded the effectiveness of each of plan on a 0 to 2 point scale, for a possible 12 points in total.

A well-developed scheme scored a two.

In the end, 10 counties, all in northern Florida or the state’s panhandle, got “weak” scores—fewer than four points.

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Jenny Blunt 2021-09-02

Find Nephrology Physician jobs in Florida.

We provide more physician jobs who want to practice on Nephrology and provide better placement in Hospitals.

Edmond Garcia 2020-07-30
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The Florida Panhandle may be spared major impact from the newly formed Tropical Storm Isaias, which now has the state’s east coast in its sights, according to reports.
Joseph Jones 2020-02-28
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We are a family-owned and operated roofing company based in Brandon, FL with a branch located in the Florida panhandle and one coming soon to Orlando. Our owners have a combined nearly 50 years of experience dealing with residential and commercial roofing projects of all types and sizes.
Julian Dunkelberger 2018-10-15
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Verizon and AT are slowly bringing the Florida Panhandle, and surrounding areas in the US, back online after Hurricane Michael devastated its mobile and fiber networks.

The category-four storm has killed at least 18 people, leveled neighborhoods, and left more than 350,000 folks without power, since making landfall on Wednesday near Mexico Beach on the Gulf Coast.

Verizon reckons 99 percent of its network in the state of Georgia are now operational, and 98 percent in Florida.

Its status page reports the “hardest hit area of Panama City, Panama City Beach, and the surrounding communities still experiencing the most impact.”

AT is faring better, it seems: in its most recent status update, the carrier said its network is “nearly fully restored in most affected areas,” with portable cell sites operational “in numerous locations throughout Florida and Georgia.”

The FCC is tracking mobile outages here, and its latest communications status report stated: “Although Hurricane Michael has had a serious impact on communications services in the Florida Panhandle and parts of Georgia some improvements are evident, especially in wireless services where the percentage of cell sites out of service dropped over the last four days from 18.8 percent to 5.2 percent.”

Panhandle Heating Air 2019-04-09
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Panhandle Heating And Air Pensacola Conditioning are a licensed, family owned and operated company servicing the Florida panhandle with over 35+ years experience.

Panhandle Heating and Air Conditioning specialize in residential and commercial installation and service.

Give us a call today for any of your heating or air conditioning need and let our family help your family or business.

Jeff Bautista 2018-10-10
img

Hurricane Michael has ramped up in intensity and turned it into a Category 4 monstrosity.

While residents and first responders prepare for the hurricane to make landfall Wednesday along the Gulf Coast of the Florida Panhandle, satellites and the International Space Station are tracking its progress from above.

NASA posted a video from the ISS on Tuesday from an altitude of 255 miles (410 kilometers).

It showed an upside-down view of Michael as it moved across the Gulf of Mexico.

The National Hurricane Center called the storm "potentially catastrophic" in an advisory issued Wednesday, hours ahead of an anticipated landfall later in the day.

The message warns of a life-threatening storm surge, hurricane force winds and heavy rainfall.

Paul Kliebert 2016-09-04
img

Until Hermine blew through the Florida Panhandle and up into Georgia, Florida had experienced a pleasant, hurricane-free few years.

In fact, as The Weather Channel noted, Florida went nearly eleven years without a single hurricane making landfall.

The last hurricane to set foot in Florida was Hurricane Wilma, a Category 3 storm that made landfall in south Florida back on October 24, 2005.

Since then 68 Atlantic-based hurricanes have skipped the Sunshine State—more than twice the previous record of hurricanes.

That s alarming as, according to the National Hurricane Center, 40-percent of Atlantic and Gulf-based hurricanes from 1851-2010 affected Florida.

The state has more coastline than any other state touching the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic, so the odds were never in Florida s favor.

Sandra Wilson 2018-10-10
img

Hurricane Michael made landfall Wednesday northwest of Mexico Beach, Florida.

The powerful Category 4 storm brought winds of up to 155 mph.

Michael's low central pressure makes it the strongest hurricane the US has seen in nearly 50 years.

Videos shared on social media show severe flooding and destruction in Florida.

Hurricane Michael, the most powerful storm the US has seen in nearly 50 years, is moving through the Florida Panhandle, ripping apart homes and sending walls of water rushing inland.

That strong, well-developed core makes for a very powerful, windy storm on land.

James Bice 2020-09-23
img
Damage to coastal areas in Alabama and along the Florida Panhandle has been revealed in new aerial imagery.
Jesse Rodriguez 2019-04-18
img

A 1,688-pound female great white shark called Miss Costa was spotted this week swimming in the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida panhandle, according to researchers

A transmitter on the sub-adult shark “pinged” south of Panama City, Fla., according to OCEARCH, an international great white shark research organization.

A “ping” occurs when a tagged shark’s dorsal fin breaks the surface of the water, transmitting a signal to a satellite, the organization told the Pensacola News Journal.

GREAT WHITE SHARKS ARE AFRAID OF ORCAS, STUDY FINDS

While it isn’t unusual for great whites to swim through the Gulf of Mexico, Miss Costa’s cruise through the Florida Panhandle is significant because a ping from a large female that far north into the Gulf is rare, OCEARCH said in a news release Tuesday.

The organization said it hopes that tracking Miss Costa and other great white sharks will help to understand the movement patterns of sharks in the Gulf.

Justin Martinez 2018-10-10
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Category 4 Hurricane Michael is set to slam into the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday.

While eyes in space watch the dangerous storm from above, cameras on the ground are tracking the hurricane's impending landfall for live internet viewing.

UK newspaper The Sun is streaming live on YouTube from cameras located in various places around Florida, including Panama City and Venice Jetty, a popular spot for surfing, fishing and kayaking.

The WaterSound Beach Club near Panama City Beach is also sharing a live-cam view of crashing waves and rain.

A lone US flag attached to an offshore tower became an icon when it starred in a live-cam feed during Hurricane Florence in September.

Michael is shaping up to be even more powerful than Florence, which weakened just ahead of its landfall.

Randall Vincent 2018-12-04
img

However, mobile and wood homes standing a few feet off the ground could be a lot more susceptible to winds exerting force from underneath and increasing the force of loads on walls and ceilings -- a possibility that has been studied little, until now.

Today, a researcher from the University of Kansas is investigating elevated residential buildings in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael's impact of the Florida panhandle, where recorded wind speeds reached and exceeded design wind loads along the coast.

"Hurricane Michael made landfall on October 10, with wind speeds within a few miles per hour of a Category 5, and impacted the Florida panhandle," she said.

"For elevated wood structures, in ASCE 7 there's nothing to account for the fact that they're elevated rather than having four walls on ground, with air flowing underneath that could change pressures on walls and roofs," she said.

Many mobile homes are designed to 1980s wind loads, so there has been 40 years of updates lacking to design standards.

Based on ongoing experimental work, Sutley and her team identified wind damage could be greater to permanently fixed housing elevated between 3 and 7 feet compared with housing elevated less than 3 and greater than 7 feet.

Everett Enriquez 2018-10-24
img

When Hurricane Michael unleashed its wrath on the Florida Panhandle in early October, it unearthed a piece of history: the wreckage of not just one — but possibly two — 19th-century ships.

The remaining part of the ships, located on Dog Island in Franklin County, “are extremely well documented and are well-understood,” Sarah Revell, communications director at the Florida Department of State, told Fox News.

These vessels have “been mostly stationary” since they were wrecked by Hurricane Carrabelle in 1899, she added, noting “some parts of the site have become exposed” from time to time.

Andrew Smith, a longtime Dog Island resident who witnessed the wreckage, told Fox News this is the most he’s ever seen the ancient ship uncovered.

The Carrabelle Boat Club wrote on Facebook about the Dog Island "history revealed" by the storm, posting Smith's photos, which have since been shared more than 3,000 times.

After Carrabelle hit the island, “damage estimates reached $1 million dollars, including nearly 60 vessels beached or completely destroyed,” according to the Florida Memory Program.

Ronald Griffis 2016-10-09
img

Many feared that NASA s Kennedy Space Center was in for a world of hurt this weekend as the category 4 Hurricane Matthew ploughed its way towards the Florida panhandle.

But the space agency says that damage was relatively minor and further inspections are taking place today.

After wobbling west and east on Friday morning, Matthew ended up taking a course towards the Atlantic and away from KSP.

The eye of the hurricane passed by the NASA facility from a distance of about 20 miles but it still endured sustained winds of 90 mph.

NASA s initial survey found that various buildings and vehicles mostly suffered minor damage.

Most importantly the enormous Vehicle Assembly Building, the Complex 39 launch pads and the active launch pads at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station all seem to be in good shape.

Jason Hill 2018-04-23
img

A powerful waterspout was captured on video in the Florida Panhandle Sunday.

The swirling phenomena was seen tearing through Okaloosa Island, passing over a sound then making landfall in Fort Walton Beach, according to WEAR-TV.

Dave Perkins and his wife witnessed the destruction.

“Water started coming up out of the Gulf, tore up one of the buildings, roof came off, boat flipped over, pieces of debris are falling out of the air,” he told the station.

Michelle Seitz, a long-time resident of Okaloosa Island, said her house was destroyed.

“We heard stuff rip off the house.

Michelle Briggs 2018-10-11
img

At least seven people are dead, 900,000 homes and businesses have lost power, and an estimated 325,000 people who fled the storm have to find their way back home.

Those researchers—John Renne, a professor of urban and regional planning and the director of Florida Atlantic University’s Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions, and doctoral student Andrea Ramos—reviewed six sorts of emergency plans for all 67 of Florida’s counties.

Multihazard plans are for events that include both hurricanes and other issues like flooding or environmental contamination risk.

Renne and Ramos graded the effectiveness of each of plan on a 0 to 2 point scale, for a possible 12 points in total.

A well-developed scheme scored a two.

In the end, 10 counties, all in northern Florida or the state’s panhandle, got “weak” scores—fewer than four points.