Hurricane Michael churns up Key West waters…October 9th, 2018.
Bryce Tyner of the National Weather Service Key West explains the impact of Hurricane Michael on Key West…
Note: We had some technical issues getting this story uploaded yesterday – so a little outdated – this is an October 9th story… The storm’s center had maximum sustained winds of 150 mph this morning [October 10th]. About 3.8 million people were under hurricane warnings in Florida’s Panhandle and Big Bend regions, along with parts of southeastern Alabama and southern Georgia. Tropical storm warnings cover 15.9 million people in several states.
Amber Nolan is a restless travel writer who calls Key West home. Her work has appeared on USA Today, About.com, Cruise Critic, Frommers, and several other travel publications. Amber’s most unusual project involved hitchhiking on small airplanes to 49 states, during which time she spent two years on the road, or rather, “on the skyways.” She is currently working on a book that documents the unusual journey and provides insight into the aviation community. Before getting into travel writing, Amber worked for an activist, investigative newspaper in London, so joining forces with the Blue Paper allows her to go back to her muckraking roots. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism.