Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle and is setting its sights on Georgia.

Currently what we do know is according to nbcconnecticut.com., is that airline passengers were able to fly from Bradley International Airport into Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport this morning but many are worried about transportation once they're on the ground.

 

According to wsbtv.com in Atlanta, Michael has been downgraded to a Category 3 hurricane as it moves northeast towards Georgia. Winds are still blowing at 125 mph and as I keep my eye on the Nexstar Hurricane Tracker live out of Dothan Alabama, they're calling for this hurricane to move through Georgia into the Carolinas and then eventually into the Atlantic Ocean.

What does Hurricane Michael have in store for Connecticut if anything? Michael's affect will be felt in here most likely on Thursday with possible heavy rains and flash flood warnings. To get the latest on Hurricane Michael as it travels northeast, click on weather.com.