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Hurricane Michael continued to strengthen early Tuesday, with the possibility for it to be a Category 3 storm by landfall on Wednesday. Officials are already warning residents it could be the most destructive storm in the area in decades.

Residents in Hurricane Michael’s path were told to brace from “dangerous” winds, flash flooding and life-threatening storm surge this week.

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The hurricane had maximum sustained winds of 90 mph at 5 a.m. Tuesday and was moving northwest at 12 mph. It should become a Category 2 storm — winds over 95 mph — by Tuesday midday and a Category 3 storm — with winds over 110 mph — by Tuesday night.

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