Hurricane Michael continues to bring extreme levels of wind and rain to the southern part of the U.S. East Coast. Reference the National Hurricane Center for the most current storm information, and the below resources to understand operational impact in your area.
According to the U.S. Coast Guard port directory, several ports are experiencing closures or restrictions.
Port of Panama City: Closed
Port of Wilmington: Closed remainder of October 11, expected to resume October 12 with some delays.
Port of Virginia: Opening hours delayed until 0500 on October 12.
Port of Pensacola: Open
Port of Mobile: Open
Port of Gulfport: Open
Port of Tampa: Open
Port of Jacksonville: Open
Port of Miami: Open
Port of Charleston: Open
Port of Savannah: Open
Most regional airports have reopened but many flights have been delayed or cancelled across the southeast United States. The largest number of flight cancellations today were seen at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT), according to FlightAware.com. Flights to and from Raleigh/Durham (RDU), Charleston (CHS), Savannah (SAV), Atlanta (ATL) and Washington DC Reagan (DCA) were significantly impacted, among others. View cancellations.