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.

What's left of a waterfront hom on Gulf Drive in 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.  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.

What's left of a waterfront hom on Gulf Drive in 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. 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.

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.

TWC Hurricane Opal coverage 1995: Clip 7 - YouTube

TWC Hurricane Opal coverage 1995: Clip 7 - YouTube

After Hurricane Opal, 1995 - Jerald and I ran from this hurricane and ended up in Nashville.

After Hurricane Opal, 1995 - Jerald and I ran from this hurricane and ended up in Nashville.

Highway 98 on Okaloosa Island, after Hurricane Opal, 1995.

Highway 98 on Okaloosa Island, after Hurricane Opal, 1995.

Hurricane Opal - Fort Walton Beach, FL - October 4, 1995 this hurricane was crazy !! We rode it out!!

Hurricane Opal - Fort Walton Beach, FL - October 4, 1995 this hurricane was crazy !! We rode it out!!

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