The Orlando area has seen some of the worst traffic in the country since Hurricane Harvey swept through, and the map shows the impact.
In addition to Orlando, other major Florida cities with heavy traffic include Miami, Tampa, Fort Myers, Orlando, Jacksonville, Jacksonville City, Fort Pierce, and Tampa.
Orlando has had its worst week in at least 20 years.
In recent days, Florida has been hit by heavy rains that have killed at least six people, and many others were left stranded by floodwaters.
The storms have also caused massive flooding in parts of South Florida.
Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in Orlando and other parts of the state.
Scott has declared several days of disaster assistance for people and businesses in Florida, and has sent more than 2,000 state police officers to assist in response to the flooding.
Scott has also activated the National Guard, which has deployed 1,500 troopers to the area.
In a statement, Scott said the state is working to keep people safe while providing support to emergency responders and public safety officials.
He also said he is requesting federal assistance to help local governments and businesses recover.
The Florida Highway Patrol, which is assisting with the response, has deployed more than 1,400 troopers to assist with traffic management.
The National Weather Service said Saturday that the storm is expected to be a major threat from Sunday through Tuesday.
“This is going to be an extremely dangerous storm,” the weather service said in a statement.
“It’s a very strong storm, it’s a strong front, it has been active in the region.”
This story has been updated to include information about the weather and the state of Florida.