That traffic site is particularly telling; if it's not exaggerating numbers somehow, there's anywhere from 3-5 TIMES the average historical traffic on most of the northbound east coast highways yesterday. People are definitely getting out, which I think is a good thing. I was afraid after Charley that some people, despite the obvious damage we could all see, would also take the attitude of "the NHC says it's coming right at us, so it's going to turn at the last second away from us", and stay put.
Oh well, off to bed. Have to get some sleep before I start hopping hardware stores tomorrow morning searching for plylocks....
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