Hurricane Michael made landfall near Mexico Beach, Fl October 10 as a category 4 storm and arrived in southwestern Georgia early Wednesday evening as a category 3 storm. Michael has now transitioned into a tropical storm as it advances northeastward over central Georgia, early Oct. 11. Forecast models indicate that Michael will continue to weaken as it interacts with land over the coming hours; however, the system is still is expected to maintain its tropical storm status as it transits the northeastern US, Oct. 11-12.
Extensive flight disruptions are expected.
For a more detailed situational analysis, advice and to hear directly from WorldAware's meteorologist and weather risk management expert, Sean Wolinksy, please visit our intelligence alert page on Hurricane Michael.