Quote: All the news about I-75 backing up all the way to Georgia, and Tampa being overwhelmed. I'll bet, everyone thinks/thought it would go up the east side of the state. They took the turnpike etc, and headed NW.
A warning, If all of a sudden, it the track shifted to the west side of the state, I-95 will become a parking lot if a real panic sets in on those big population centers tomorrow and early Saturday morning.
US27 up the middle of the state was fine, like a regular day, about 1/2 the gas stations had fuel. Reports indicate is get crowded near Leesburg.
Had to create a new account my previous one wouldn't log in despite resetting my password (twice in fact).
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