Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
gabby Apr 18
Hey notice this little fifth grader along with the rest of our town. We’ve been through enough and it’s been 188 days and counting with no disaster relief. What if it was your children suffering?
Reply Retweet Like
The News Herald Apr 19
is the first to make landfall in the United States as a category 5 since Hurricane Andrew in 1992, and only the fourth on record. The others are the Labor Day Hurricane in 1935 and Hurricane Camille in 1969.
Reply Retweet Like
Tess Connell Apr 19
was finally determined by NOAA as a Category 5 Hurricane. I haven't talked about this much on social media, but can we PLEASE get some federal disaster relief now!!! This city is hurting and 6+ months is way too long without some help.
Reply Retweet Like
CJ Moose ⚒🌋 x-Avalanche ❄️ Apr 19
Re: getting upgraded to Cat 5, if you're curious about post-storm analysis and how often and why tropical cyclone records get revised, check out this great article by that was in the back in October.
Reply Retweet Like
George Gainer Apr 19
🚨BREAKING NEWS🚨: I have been notified this morning that our effort to get classified as a category 5 hurricane has been successful. Details to follow.
Reply Retweet Like
Wendy Apr 18
and Sirs, You both visited Panama City, Florida, and Tyndall AFB after . You both promised that we would receive relief and that Tyndall AFB will be rebuilt. Please advise if and when Tyndall will receive the funding to rebuild. (1/2)
Reply Retweet Like
Nathalie Apr 17
Reply Retweet Like
diana drake 12h
Florida has border that needs protecting n we pay 2 work 4 us in Florida. There is real work 2 b done here including helping victims rebuild Now
Reply Retweet Like
Kimberly Kitchens 3h
Know this is gonna be a HUGE reach, , can you please do a video of some sort talking about ? It was recently upgraded to a CAT 5 (last one was in 1992) and the US government hasnt sent any aid to Bay county in over 190 days.
Reply Retweet Like
Weather Experts Apr 19
Just in from : Post-storm analysis reveals was a Category 5 storm at landfall near Mexico Beach and Tyndall Air Force Base with winds of 160 mph. The last Category 5 to make landfall in the U.S. was Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
Reply Retweet Like
The News Herald Apr 19
BREAKING NEWS: officially designates as a Category 5 storm, huge news for our area and its residents. More to come on what that will mean for us.
Reply Retweet Like
Amy Brewer Apr 20
was recently upgraded to a cat 5. It's been 190+ days. This govt [non]response that is egregious & unacceptable! • Contact your Congressperson (to text) OR • Donate:
Reply Retweet Like
Floridian International Adjusters 10h
This cozy lakefront residence in the suffered the consequences of . Swipe left to see some of the damages ⬅️ .
Reply Retweet Like
George Gainer 12h
Ran into my friend who told me he wore his today in support of recovery in the panhandle as we head into budget conference. Can’t thank you enough Danny!📍
Reply Retweet Like
Marco Rubio Apr 19
Replying to @NWSNHC
. post-storm analysis determined intensity at landfall was 160 mph making it the first category 5 hurricane to make landfall in U.S. since in 1992 & only the fourth ever on record. Congress must approve disaster relief ASAP.
Reply Retweet Like
Commissioner Nikki Fried Apr 22
made landfall in North Florida as a Category 5 storm, one of the most powerful to ever strike North America. 6 months later, Panhandle communities still wait for help that hasn’t arrived — and time is running out. Watch our new mini-documentary.
Reply Retweet Like
Furniture Today 9h
Restoring hope: A new temporary store replaces a Badcock Home Furniture & more wiped out by Hurricane Michael.
Reply Retweet Like
Marco Rubio Apr 19
. officially upgraded to a category 5 storm. I will continue fighting for disaster relief funds for Florida communities devastated by this storm. Each day Congress fails to act comes at the expense of people recovering. The time for political games is over.
Reply Retweet Like
WeatherGoingWILD Apr 19
- Hurricane Michael was officially upgraded to a Category 5 today! - Watch our journey to the center of the 4th strongest storm to ever hit the United States! Our documentary now has almost a quarter of a million views.....
Reply Retweet Like
Commissioner Nikki Fried Apr 19
This comes as no surprise to Panhandle communities devastated by . I’m continuing to fight every day in Tallahassee and Washington for disaster relief following one of the most powerful storms in North American history.
Reply Retweet Like