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Florida Gov. Rick Scott (right) and President Trump walk over to speak with reporters after arriving on Monday at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida to visit areas affected by Hurricane Michael. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Destroyed homes and debris are seen near Port St. Joe, Fla., on Friday, two days after Hurricane Michael hit the Florida panhandle. Analysts estimate the storm has caused billions of dollars of damage. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Michael Will Cost Insurers Billions, But Won't Overwhelm Industry, Analysts Say

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A bridge damaged by Hurricane Michael can be seen Friday in Mexico Beach, Fla. The most powerful hurricane ever known to have hit the Florida Panhandle has left transportation and communication infrastructure in shambles, slowing relief efforts. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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At Lynn's Quality Oysters in Eastpoint, Fla., employees are starting to clean up and take stock of the damage after devastating storm surge hit the area. Becky Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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Rescue personnel walk through debris in Mexico Beach, which was devastated by Hurricane Michael. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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'This Is A War Zone': Hurricane Michael Leaves Deadly Trail Through Southeast

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Rescue personnel search for people who may need help in Mexico Beach, Fla., on Thursday, one day after Hurricane Michael made landfall near the area. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Recovery Work Begins After Hurricane Michael Carves Through Florida Panhandle

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Hurricane Michael is expected to be a major storm when it arrives at Florida's Gulf Coast on Wednesday. After moving ashore, it will head northeastward toward Georgia and South Carolina. NOAA/NWS, Esri, HERE, Garmin, Earthstar Geographics hide caption

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Michael Upgraded To Category 4 'Major' Hurricane As It Approaches Florida Panhandle

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A hurricane warning has been issued for the Gulf Coast of Florida from the Alabama/Florida border eastward to the Suwannee River. The strengthening storm is expected to head north across the Gulf of Mexico before making landfall on Wednesday. NOAA/NWS, Esri, HERE, Garmin, Earthstar Geographics hide caption

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