I think they would want your to turn off your electricity in case your area gets flooded and the water gets in the walls, etc. Don't want to go to the trouble of evacuating to save your life and then come home and turn the light on and get zapped.
I might have missed this before, but what type of winds could we expect in Lakeland (Polk County) with a CAT 3?
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