By the time the storm has passed, the city has already lost some of its most important neighborhoods and is in the midst of a severe power outage.
But what does this mean for people on the roads?
We asked a panel of experts to explain what they think about the damage wrought by Hurricane Matthew.
What’s at stake for people in Florida and the United States?
The impact of the storm is not just for residents.
For those who live outside of the metro area, the damage from the storm could impact the entire state, and the country as a whole.
The damage from this storm will likely last for weeks or months, and people living outside the affected areas could experience major impacts.
What can people do to help?
In addition to the many ways you can help, we’ve collected some tips for those looking to make sure they’re prepared for any disruption in the area.
We’ve listed the steps that will be necessary to make a plan to get through the hurricane.
What you can do before it gets worse What you need to do before the storm hits: Make sure you have the proper supplies and that you are in a place to go if you need help with power, water, and other supplies.
For people who live in Florida’s outer cities, there is a very good chance that they will have to relocate to a place with fewer available resources.
Many of the residents of these areas will have limited access to electricity and other essential services, so they will need to make preparations for the storm.
Make sure that you have enough food and water to stay hydrated and make sure you’re stocked with other emergency supplies.
If you live in the central and southern Florida area, consider putting on your protective gear before the worst of the impacts of the hurricane hits.
People will likely be limited to the streets for the first few days of the emergency, so plan for a lot of disruptions as the storm moves into the areas that are hardest hit.
When you’re ready to move, consider bringing a friend or family member to stay with you while you wait for the power to be restored.
It’s best to have a plan in place for when you’ll need to move and how you’ll get there.
When it does get bad: The worst of what the storm can bring is likely to hit Florida and Florida’s coastal communities.
The impact on the state and its citizens could be profound.
While we have some preliminary data on the extent of damage, the extent is difficult to predict because of the large number of locations where power outages are likely to occur.
If power outage maps are not available, we’re working to gather them.
While power outcyces are unlikely to last for much longer than a few days, people may need to relocate and seek shelter.
The storm could bring more severe storms, flooding, and even more extreme weather, and severe weather is a possibility in the next several days.
If the worst does happen, we will need help getting people out of their homes.
The first steps to help in Florida are to make plans and set aside time to prepare.
You may also want to get some supplies, such as water, food, and shelter, and move as soon as possible.
Make a list of places where you want to go in the event that power is out.
Get a checklist of your belongings and your plans and make a note of where you’ll be moving.
Keep all your belongings in a designated area.
Make copies of your notes, so you can reference them later.
If possible, bring a friend with you to help you get things ready for the worst.
If that’s not possible, consider taking a family member with you.
If this is your first hurricane, consider having a friend move with you, or even taking the family to stay at a hotel or motel.
The sooner you move, the sooner you can get supplies and other resources back to where you need them.
What to do after the storm: Make plans for moving your belongings into your designated locations.
Make an emergency kit to help with shelter, food and other necessities, and take your gear to your designated shelter location.
It will help you make the most of the time you have with your belongings.
If moving isn’t possible, you can make arrangements to rent temporary shelter or find a place that is open and accessible.
If there are any other problems you want people to know about, such the fact that there’s a power outage or that your water is not working, it’s a good idea to let people know ahead of time.
If people are staying with family or friends, make sure that they are making plans to get away from the city, especially if the storm passes.
The worst is over, but it could still take several days for power to return to most areas.
How can you get help?
Most of the people who need assistance will need support at home.
Some of the organizations that are working to provide assistance to those affected by Matthew are: Salvation Army of Greater Orlando – The Salvation Army is providing financial,