Speaking of people learing... I have been watching the devall street webcam (posted earlier by Tazmanian93, thanks!) and there are people still walking up and down the street. I was seeing about 1 person every 30 seconds to a minute. The power has been out down there for about an hour. Is this normal behavior? I would have assumed that with the chances of such a terrible storm hitting the keys in just a few hours, that there wouldn't be anyone in keywest let alone walking the streets. Sorry if it is too off topic.
Oh and as I posted last year (under a login that I forgot) if you are evacuating.. STAY OFF MAJOR ROADS. I relieze that if you are in the keys there is only one road, but else where heed my words. I evacuated one time last year. I started on the turnpike. It took hours to go 20 miles. I was scared to death I was going to run out of gas. I got off of it and got on an old highway. There wan't anyone else there. All of the stations had gas. I was driving at 65mph. When I thought about getting on 75 at the Florida border, I quickly changed my mind after seeing it. 75 was in gridlock up to macon.
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