How Are You Coping With Hurricane Michael? Hurricane Michael made landfall on Florida's Panhandle as a devastating storm. States of emergency have been declared across the Southeast amid concerns of major flooding and power outages.
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How Are You Coping With Hurricane Michael?

Bar owner Dorothy White puts away outdoor furniture at Ouzts Too bar prior to the arrival of Hurricane Michael on Tuesday near Newport, Fla. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images hide caption

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Bar owner Dorothy White puts away outdoor furniture at Ouzts Too bar prior to the arrival of Hurricane Michael on Tuesday near Newport, Fla.

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Hurricane Michael is the most powerful storm on record to hit the Florida Panhandle region. Flooding and massive power outages remain major concerns as governors across the region declare states of emergency and residents either flee or hunker down.

NPR and our member stations covering the storm want to hear about how you're managing the storm and what you're worried about.

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