Florida, Hurricane Michael, Panama City Beach discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

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Newsradio. Colorado's. News, traffic and weather station. Hey, good morning yesterday. In denver. We hit only thirty eight. I think we're going to match it again today. So we're talking holes thirty degrees below normal for this time of year. Periods of drizzle, light rain, even some light snow today. But most of the snow is going to be in the high country three to eight inches in the mountains today. Tonight, mostly cloudy, dry and cold low twenty nine tomorrow, a lot of cloud cover, but not quite as cold high forty eight maybe an isolated rain shower late tomorrow Friday looks sunny and dry high sixty enjoy it because another storm comes in for the weekend could chance for snow in Denver by Saturday night from CBS four Ashton Altieri on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM gray skies. Thirty two degrees. Now on Colorado's morning news. The winds were getting to roared or coastal Florida where hurricane Michael now a category. Four storm it said to make landfall within hours. You didn't Florida panhandle? Florida. Governor Rick Scott says you'd better brace yourself. It's too late to get out. And if you're in a coastal community you've got to hunker down. You've got do everything you can keep your family safe. I'm under pray for every family in our state. I'm Pete combs in Panama City Beach, Florida. This barrier island is connected to the mainland by three bridges when the wind blows more than forty miles an hour. Those bridges are deemed unsafe for travel and thorns close them down. Well, that's the case. Now, the winds have picked up the bridges have now closed and for the thousands of people who ignored the mandatory evacuation order and decided to stay on Panama City beach. There is now no way out there. Stuck until this powerful. Hurricane has passed. Hurricane Michael has ground to a category. Four storm with wind speeds have one hundred and forty five miles an hour. Some think it could be a category five when it does come ashore after slamming into Florida and parts of Alabama. I expected to plow up through Georgia and the Carolinas parts of the country still reeling from hurricane Florence, I'm Cheri Preston. ABC news..

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