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Hurricane Michael made landfall on the Florida Panhandle as a Category 4 storm, battering the region with sustained winds of 155 mph and potentially catastrophic storm surges.

Here is what parts of Florida look like:

Mexico Beach

The storm made landfall Wednesday afternoon near Mexico Beach, leaving large swaths of the beach destination in ruins.

Rescue team members at work in Mexico Beach on Thursday.
An aerial view shows the devastation in Mexico Beach after Michael roared ashore.
The hurricane leaves a trail of debris in Mexico Beach early Thursday.

Port St. Joe

Damaged boats lie semi-submerged at the Port St. Joe Marina in Gulf County.

The hurricane damages boats at the Port St. Joe Marina on Wednesday.

Panama City Beach and Panama City

Michael blew out the windows of the First Federal Bank in Panama City.

Michael pokes holes in the roof of a Panama City home and snaps a palm tree Wednesday.
A storm chaser tries to get equipment from a vehicle after a hotel canopy fell in Panama City Beach.
A woman checks on her vehicle after the hotel canopy collapsed in Panama City Beach.

Fort Walton Beach

An unidentified person takes pictures Wednesday on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach.

Alligator Point

Waves sweep over a house as the storm comes ashore Wednesday in Alligator Point.

St. Marks

Mitchell Pope tries to salvage what he can from his mobile home Wednesday in St. Marks.

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