The streets of Panama City as Hurricane Opal pounds the Florida panhandle as a category three storm when it came ashore near Pensacola, Florida October 4, 1995.  It was the strongest hurricane of the 1995 season and killed 63 people, 13 in the United States.  Hurricane Opal's name was retired the following year.

The streets of Panama City as Hurricane Opal pounds the Florida panhandle as a category three storm when it came ashore near Pensacola, Florida October 4, 1995. It was the strongest hurricane of the 1995 season and killed 63 people, 13 in the United States. Hurricane Opal's name was retired the following year.

Hurricane Opal was a hurricane that formed in the Gulf of Mexico in September 1995. Opal was the ninth hurricane and the strongest of the abnormally active 1995 Atlantic hurricane season. It crossed the Yucatán Peninsula while still a tropical depression from September 27,[1] then strengthened northward in the Gulf, becoming the most powerful Category 4 Atlantic hurricane before making a second landfall, October 4, in the Florida Panhandle near Pensacola as a 115-mph

Hurricane Opal was a hurricane that formed in the Gulf of Mexico in September 1995. Opal was the ninth hurricane and the strongest of the abnormally active 1995 Atlantic hurricane season. It crossed the Yucatán Peninsula while still a tropical depression from September 27,[1] then strengthened northward in the Gulf, becoming the most powerful Category 4 Atlantic hurricane before making a second landfall, October 4, in the Florida Panhandle near Pensacola as a 115-mph

Hurricane Opal aftermath

Hurricane Opal aftermath

Hurricane Opal aftermath.

Hurricane Opal aftermath.

Hurricane Opal aftermath

Hurricane Opal aftermath

Hurricane Opal damage. Photo by my mom.

Hurricane Opal damage. Photo by my mom.

What's left of Pineapple Willies on Panama City Beach, Florida after Hurricane Opal impacted the Florida panhandle as a category three storm when it came ashore near Pensacola, Florida October 5, 1995. Five employees rode out the storm inside as the strongest hurricane of the 1995 season stuck. The tropical cyclone killed 63 people, 13 in the United States.  Hurricane Opal's name was retired the following year.

What's left of Pineapple Willies on Panama City Beach, Florida after Hurricane Opal impacted the Florida panhandle as a category three storm when it came ashore near Pensacola, Florida October 5, 1995. Five employees rode out the storm inside as the strongest hurricane of the 1995 season stuck. The tropical cyclone killed 63 people, 13 in the United States. Hurricane Opal's name was retired the following year.

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