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$2.5 Billion in Storm Losses, but Don’t Ask Georgia Farmers About Climate Change

By GLENN THRUSH

Cotton farms across Georgia were set to produce their best yields in years. But that was before Hurricane Michael left a trail of devastation.

For a Safer, Easier Winter, Prep Your Home Now

By WIRECUTTER STAFF

Wirecutter has advice on snow shovels, snow blowers and emergency gear to get you ready before the snow flies.

Where’d You Hear That? A Rumor Mill Churns Amid Hurricane Michael’s Rubble

By ALAN BLINDER

Bed bugs have infested a shelter. FEMA is distributing free cash. Rumors like these have swept the Florida Panhandle since the hurricane. It’s like a game of telephone.

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β€˜No Word From My Son’: Dozens Still Missing as Hurricane Michael Death Toll Rises

By ALAN BLINDER

The death toll from the storm rose to an estimated 29 on Tuesday, including at least 15 in Bay County, Fla. Many believe the toll will rise as the search for the missing goes on.

The Hurricanes, and Climate-Change Questions, Keep Coming. Yes, They’re Linked.

By HENRY FOUNTAIN

Scientists say the links between global warming and hurricanes are real, although it’s still too early to say what the climate-change impact has been on Hurricane Michael.

Trump Inspects Damage in Florida From Another Deadly Storm

By MARK LANDLER

Visiting communities in Florida and Georgia ravaged by Hurricane Michael, President Trump again declined to acknowledge the threat of climate change.

For a Struggling Oyster Town, Hurricane Michael May Be One Misery Too Many

By PATRICIA MAZZEI

The small oyster town of Apalachicola, on a remote point on the Gulf of Mexico, had already suffered through drought and an oil spill. Then Hurricane Michael swept through.

Hurricane Michael Updates: 16 Dead as Rescue Teams Scour Ruins

By RICHARD FAUSSET, ALAN BLINDER and MATTHEW HAAG

The devastating toll of the storm is becoming clearer as rescue teams comb the ravaged areas. At least 16 people have died, and officials expect billions of dollars in damage.

Hospitals Pummeled by Hurricane Michael Scramble to Evacuate Patients

By RICHARD FAUSSET, SHERI FINK and MATTHEW HAAG

One of Panama City’s largest hospitals said on Thursday that it was evacuating all of its approximately 130 inpatients, starting with the most critically ill.

Hurricane Michael’s Destruction, Viewed From Above

This footage taken from a helicopter shows how Hurricane Michael’s powerful winds wiped out many parts of Mexico Beach, Fla.

β€˜I Got Stuck’: In Poor, Rural Communities, Fleeing Hurricane Michael Was Tough

By PATRICIA MAZZEI

The Florida Panhandle is dotted with small, rural communities, some of them among the poorest in the state. Evacuation was difficult for many there.

β€˜Trees Flying By’: The Aftermath of Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael made landfall in Florida at close to Category 5 strength, causing widespread damage in parts of the Panhandle and killing at least 2 people.

Hurricane Michael Live Updates: A Trail of Destruction in the Florida Panhandle

By RICHARD FAUSSET, PATRICIA MAZZEI and ALAN BLINDER

A vast search-and-rescue operation took shape across the Florida Panhandle and beyond, with at least six deaths linked to the storm.

Hurricane Michael Intensified Quickly, Taking Many by Surprise

By JOHN SCHWARTZ

The storm’s sharp increase in strength could be attributed in part to its low barometric pressure and warmer-than-average waters in the Gulf of Mexico.

Shrieking Wind and Shuddering Glass: Hurricane Michael Arrives With a Punch

By RICHARD FAUSSET

As the storm made landfall on the coast of the Florida Panhandle, those left near ground zero were in for a terrible beating.

Hurricane Michael Slams Into Florida

Wind and rain roared through the region, flooding homes and sending debris flying at dangerous speeds.

Is Climate Change Making Hurricanes Worse? Yes, Here’s Why.

Rising ocean temperatures have fueled some of the most devastating storms in recent years. Kendra Pierre-Louis, a reporter on The New York Times’s climate team, explains how.

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