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It also has a number of resorts, golf courses and hotels.South Carolina Adjutant General Robert Livingston estimates 20,000 people have already left Hilton Head Island.
With about 40,000 residents, Hilton Head Island is by far the largest island evacuated.Andrew Sussman, the state's hurricane program manager, said Friday the total includes people throughout the southern half of the state as well as those living in inland Florida in substandard housing who were also told leave due to the dangerous storm that will slam the state this weekend. "This is a storm that will kill you if you don't get out of the way," said National Hurricane Center meteorologist and spokesman Dennis Feltgen.Florida is the nation's third-largest state with nearly 21 million people according to the U. Feltgen says the storm has a really wide eye, with hurricane-force winds that cover the entire Florida peninsula and potentially deadly storm surges on both coasts.He doesn't believe this storm, moving more quickly, will be so devastating. I grew up ready for storms," said Hernandez, who's lived in Orlando seven years and works as a real estate agent and valet driver.After his wood run, Hernandez had two more stops to make: Wal-Mart, for some board games, then the liquor store, for a bottle of rum. Florida has asked 5.6 million people to evacuate ahead of Hurricane Irma, or more than one quarter of the state's population, according to state emergency officials. Rick Scott has been urging residents to evacuate, especially those who live in coastal areas that could be flooded due to the walls of water expected from Irma's arrival. The National Hurricane Center is warning Floridians that even if the storm seems to moving away from the East Coast in the latest tracks, don't get complacent.That forecast shows the state will have a surplus of just million during the fiscal year that starts in July 2018.
The new estimate does not take into account the potential effects that will come from Hurricane Irma.In the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Katia is making landfall north of Tecolutla, Mexico.Katia is still a Category 1 hurricane with winds of 75 mph (120 kph).The center says Irma made landfall on the Camaguey Archipelago of Cuba late Friday and has maximum sustained winds of 160 mph (260 kph).The hurricane is about 300 miles (485 kilometers) from Miami and moving about 13 mph (20 kph) toward the west. The National Hurricane Center says Irma has strengthened back into a Category 5 storm.