Mandatory Evacuation For Florida Keys Ahead Of Irma

Miami’s CBS affiliate reports:

Evacuation orders are being given in the Florida Keys as Monroe County emergency managers prepare for Hurricane Irma. “For the Florida Keys, if you were to create the worst case scenario that is what we are looking at,” said Monroe Co. Emergency Operations Center Director Martin Senterfitt. The grim outlook prompted Senterfitt to order mandatory evacuations.

“We’re emphatically telling people you must evacuate, you can not afford to stay on an island with a Category 5 hurricane coming at you. Most of this island chain is only three to five feet above sea level. With the surges we’re expecting this is not the place to be,” said Senterfitt.

A visitor evacuation expected to begin at sunrise on Wednesday. An evacuation for residents also will be issued. The time has yet to be determined. There will be no shelters in Monroe County.

  • bkmn

    Mandatory – this is big. Get the hell out of there and get as far away as you can.

  • Lazycrockett

    and I knew her when she was just a tropical depression.

    • bambinoitaliano

      …..Now Irma had it she ain’t got your love anymore…..Irma had it…Irma….. had it….:P

    • AtticusP

      If only Irma had taken Prozac…

    • TheManicMechanic

      This comment alone seems to have got ya 9 downvotes. Someone it out to get you. (Disqus Downvote Exposer for Firefox shows them, but not who downvoted).

      • zhera

        I think they’re bots or something, he gets downvotes on every comment.

        • TheManicMechanic

          For a while I was getting a lot of Disqus bot “followers” that I’d have to force out. That seems to have eased up now.

  • Lazycrockett

    Irma’s pressure is 931 at the moment which is staggering. Also I don’t get how a storm this big is just going to turn on a dime and move up the coast like the majority of projections are showing.

    • Randy Ellicott

      The counter rotation of the system in the gulf is acting like a wall to Irma, it will run its pressure against that and yield to the path of least resistance which is north, then it gets guided by the jet stream across the country pushing east…

    • They do turn at strange angles. They can also just stop and do U turns and backtrack — but generally head in a Northeast direction

  • Max_1

    6 of the 7 strongest Atlantic storms since 1980…
    … But there’s no global warming here, folks.

    • Tomcat

      Oh they now are willing to admit there is global warming, they just refuse to believe man has any effect on it at all. They say it is just a recurring action of nature.

    • Librarykid

      Not even if it wipes out the entire tourist trap industry in the state? Oh the humanity. Oh the financial base.

  • DoctorDJ

    Another Damned Chinese Hoax(TM).

  • Max_1

    p.s. When Irma blows down Mara-Lago…
    … What gays will the tele-scam-evilgelicals blame?

  • Lazycrockett
  • Duh-David

    Key West discovered years ago that there are not enough planes, trains and automobiles to completely evacuate the island. It’s the main reason they don’t build more hotels. They take these things very seriously.

  • Paula

    They won’t evacuate and will be calling for rescue in a week from now. SIGH!!

  • David L. Caster

    I hope Island House survives.

    • Deviancy Behavir

      I know, I had a vacation planned there for Monday. Looks like that’s not going to happen. lol

    • thatotherjean

      Spare a good wish for The Banyan Resort while you’re hoping.

      • David L. Caster

        I do.

  • Tomcat

    Avoid the rush leave now.

  • bambinoitaliano

    I know I’m nowhere near Florida but one can never be too prepare for hurricane emergency supply.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f2daeb93ac0ff5eeb7c461ebcb3eae0368bbb9379fa8db69fcf206a002152985.jpg

    • Tomcat

      Drink only once safely away from path of hurricane. Otherwise it will just make you less likely to live.

    • Anastasia Beaverhousen

      Hey, did Rosario let you in the liquor room?

  • FuzzyOtter

    I took a cruise out of Puerto Rico this past winter. I really enjoyed the couple of days I spent on the island beforehand. It looks like they are right in the path. Drumph probably doesn’t even know what a US Territory is, so who know if he will even send aid or even acknowledge them if they get hit hard.

    • zhera

      They voted for Hillary, I think, so no. No aid from tRump.

  • Jonathan Smith

    sorry folks. i got gay down there last year.

    • Tomcat

      Not your fault. Mother nature realized she missed some red states with Harvey and is trying to make up for it.

  • MikeBx2
    • Exatron

      Or at least sacrifice him to appease the weather gods.

    • Lazycrockett
      • MikeBx2

        I know almost every word of that song strictly due to all the drag shows I enjoyed during the 80’s and 90’s. lol

    • bambinoitaliano

      That one giant eggplant could prolapse the heck out of several Islands and states.

  • Karl Dubhe

    Hey, maybe if Congress impeaches Trump before the end of the week, the storm will become a fishstorm. It’s worth the try. At the least, it won’t hurt.

  • Jonathan Smith
  • AtticusP

    I hope all of our JMG’ers and everyone else in the areas to be affected by this monster storm stay safe.

    I don’t believe in prayer, but you WILL be in my thoughts.

  • Tomcat

    You can leave this one on your browser and update periodically.
    https://weather.com/storms/hurricane-central/irma-2017/AL112017

  • Good news is that latest models do not show an eyewall hit on Puerto Rico– but models are converging on a South Florida hit. It is still too early to tell. Irma is a big hurricane. Ignore the exact “spaghetti model” lines and realize that hurricane force (75 mph) winds will be felt over a very wide area even if the center of Irma stays out to sea. Check here for reliable models and coverage. https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/storminfo/ https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b51393a2bc19cd07bae33931e9476dc39292e342ee1a35163b21d7f3ec08dfc8.png

    • ColdCountry

      Anyway you look at it, it ain’t good.

      • From my perspective, it is horrid — I am dead center in the spaghetti lines. . I was in the eyewall of Wilma when I moved to Florida in 2005 and that was petrifying– I remember the howling and hanging out in the bathroom with Mom and her cats for several hours — it was a category 2. I can’t evacuate her and her boyfriend — they will stay in the retirement place but I can head over there for the storm if I have to. I cannot imagine a Category 5—- I am starting to prepare but the adrenaline has not set in yet. Imagine listening to this sound for hours at a time. https://youtu.be/siHQgN6iFRk

        • zhera

          Why can’t you evacuate them? If a Cat 5 hits there’s no bothering with property, all that matters is saving lives.

        • ColdCountry

          Wow! I like a good storm as much as the next person, but not THAT good. Even that much is too much. (Gale force is about the limit of my enjoyment.) I’ve got some big trees near the house, and the linden trees right across the street are twice the height of the utility poles and more. If one or more of those came down, it could squash my house or garage flat. Get where you need to go early, and stay safe!

    • That_Looks_Delicious

      We’ve been joking about it on here, but it looks like quite a few of the models do indeed have Irma going straight for Mar-A-Lago.

  • Tomcat

    And now welcome tropical storm JOSE , behind IRMA

    • Natty Enquirer

      Will likely be less intense, since Irma has used up the ocean heat.

      • Tomcat

        Sloppy seconds does not need the same power.

        • Jonathan Smith

          helps with staying power though

  • ColdCountry

    How fortunate we are to live in a large, wealthy country. We have places for people to evacuate TO, and generous citizens to help with recovery. I can’t imagine what it is like for the people of small island countries where there is nowhere to go, and where the entire country and its economy may be destroyed.

    Hang on people!

    • marshlc

      I’ve got a friend in Antigua, who posted on facebook the other day that they’ve been through this before, they’re prepared so don’t worry, but don’t expect to hear from him for a while. I hope he’s not just being optimistic – looks like they are right in the direct path.

      • Mark

        Same here on Anguilla. I’ve not been through one of these but where I am, they have. Irma is wobbling a bit on direction and you’re right, it appears she’s aimed straight for Antigua.

      • ColdCountry

        I’m not sure how one prepares for total devastation, but I hope he’s right, and that he’s OK.

        • marshlc

          They’re a fruit farm, so they’ve been picking and packing everything that was in any way ready, so they’ll have some kind of crop after this is all over. Their house is old and has survived other hurricanes, so I guess they just batten everything down, and keep their heads down until it’s over.

          And hope the house doesn’t blow away. And the mango trees aren’t toppled, so they have an economic future.

          He says that this one being fast moving is a good thing – it will be intense, but over fairly quickly. Sure hope he’s right.

  • Bluto
    • Ross

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    • ColdCountry

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    • bambinoitaliano

      Why aren’t you posting the front part? 😛

      • Bluto

        Didn’t want to frighten our sisters with bouncing peen.

        • melllt

          Thank you thank you thank you. I’ve always appreciated a nice ass, no matter the sex.
          But the jingly bits. Ick.

        • worstcultever

          LOL thx 😉

        • GayOldLady

          Like we haven’t seen bouncing peen!

          • The_Wretched

            mmm, balls and peen hammering

          • JCF
          • Joe in PA

            Hmmm, do tell. 🙂

            True story (really), I’ve been to a male strip club exactly ONE time…bouncing peen is not sexy. Or worse: helicopter peen. No thanks.

          • BJORN RAGNVALDR

            I’ve never understood why the STR8 or Curious ones I’ve played with thinks that’s something I would enjoy. I think helicoptering lost it’s appeal in eight grade.

          • JCF

            Since I’ve been hanging out here I have. [Well, there was my ex. Just the one…]

        • zhera

          Some of these sisters quite like bouncing peens!

      • Joe in PA

        I’m kinda ok with this view. 🙂

        • GayOldLady

          Who ever doubted it?

          • Joe in PA

            LOL! Hey, I was restrained in my comment, I think that should count for something. 🙂

          • GayOldLady

            Of course dear! 🙂

    • Are they naturally smooth — or are we looking at a paraffin overdose?

      • Jonathan Smith

        i would have to get MUCH closer to know

    • Mark

      Helps take my mind of things…. thank you!

    • Derrick Johns

      Bluto:
      What is this magnificent video? I can almost smell them.

      • Bluto

        Just a little something from the Googles machine. I’ve been told there are a few naughty bits to be seen there.

    • netxtown

      More! More! More!

  • Ross

    Please everybody, just stop about all this being a byproduct of global warming.

    Irma and Harvey are — obviously — mother nature’s fury about the Trump regime.

  • Anastasia Beaverhousen

    Anyone who wants a fall get away can crash at the Beaver Housen in upstate New York.

  • melllt

    We live in New Orleans, in a neighborhood that didn’t flood during Katrina. And you can bet your ass i just called my aunt in ashville telling her she can possibly expect our arrival for a visit.

    My only worry is trying to time our escape from the city. With horror stories surfacing about Houston’s evacuation with irma and normal 4 hour trips taking 17 hours plus, grr.

    On a positive note, my fears and worries and angst about North Korea and DACA seem to be the least of them today. (Insert sarcasm thinga ma doo thing here)

    • Lazycrockett

      Another reason we need a high speed rail system in this country.

    • I’m in Metairie, where are you?

      • melllt

        Black Pearl/Riverbend/ near the Audobon Zoo/ i can walk to Cooter Browns at St. Charles and Carrolton in about ten minutes

        • not far. i’m by Clearview and Vets, right behind the Target.

      • William

        My cousins in Metairie never evacuate.

    • Tomcat

      Just remember the evacuation of Houston took a lot longer once it was flooded.

    • Librarykid

      I like the thinga ma doo thing.

  • Mark

    20 years ago today, Anguilla was hit with a Cat 5 hurricane. Of all the times for a client to fly me in – fuck and there’s no getting off the island…..

    • billbear1961

      What, Mark?

      Are you stuck on an island in the path of the storm?!

    • That_Looks_Delicious

      Are you there now?

      • billbear1961

        Sounds like it!

    • SoCalGal20

      Take care!!!! And please check into JMG when you can so we know you’re ok!

    • zhera

      Please show life signs as soon as you can after Irma hits you. Take care! ♥

      • Mark

        Thanks Zhera — I’d be lying if I said I was looking forward to this. Truth is, it’s fucking scary as anything I’ve ever had to anticipate going through – –

        • billbear1961

          There’s no way to get out of there, Mark??

          • Mark

            Nope

          • billbear1961

            Well, that’s nuts!

            🙁

          • billbear1961

            You can’t call the coast guard or something?

            This is an EMERGENCY!

          • Mark

            Not even sure where the nearest Coast Guard station is – – probably San Juan and by plane, that’s an hour away. She’s on her way though – I’m having a glass of Chairman’s Reserve spiced rum and looking at the bare butts below my comment! Onward and upward — hic……

  • Tomcat

    Please if in the path of hurricane do not evacuate until all the rich have had time to evacuate first. They don’t like to be bothered by poor peoples problems.

  • Ninja0980

    One can only hope that (as has happened with other hurricanes) Irma weakens before it hits land.
    My thoughts to everyone down there.

    • Tomcat

      As of now it is expected to weaken some as it travels,,,BUT???????

      • Tomcat

        They really should be called UNPREDICTABLES and not Hurricanes.

  • MikeBx2

    There is nothing funny about this storm and I hope it and the ones that follow don’t cause any harm to people or property. That being said, it does amuse me to think of Melania stomping around insisting she’s not going to serve meals to the common people again and Trump realizing the million dollar “pledge” at the beginning of hurricane season wasn’t such a good idea.

    • zhera

      Did you see the video of Donnie ‘loading’ a truck with supplies? It was the most pathetic thing ever, and considering this is Donnie, that says a lot!

      • worstcultever

        Yeah, like three small boxes handed to him, and he took one step and placed them in the truck bed. Actually said “this is good exercise” when finished (after like thirty seconds of “work,” if that). So reminiscent of a toddler “helping” mom or dad with a task.

    • That_Looks_Delicious

      “Have a good time, everybody.”

      • Lazycrockett

        “Thank you , Thank you all for coming, everyone seems so happy.”

        • TampaDink

          “Look at this incredible crowd size! No other president has ever drawn such yuge crowds in the wake of natural disasters! Believe me, folks!!”

      • MikeBx2

        No doubt Trump would love a natural disaster to occur every week so he can “look presidential”. But he definitely doesn’t want to be obligated to donate what his spokespeople describe as his personal money.

        • JDS

          He shows his ugly mug down here I will go jeer him.

    • Ken M

      But to hell with FEMA and EPA subsidizes. Do your jobs and deal with DACA…Dumbass.

    • canoebum

      He will never pay one penny of that million dollars. Just more bullshit for the ignorant.

  • Ken M

    where is Mar a Lago again? not wishing it on anyONE, but, anyTHING, well that’s different. : )

    • Ross

      Only if it is occupied.

      Specifically occupied.

      • Ken M

        I thought I was evil.

        • SoCalGal20

          Ross used to work for Trump.

    • billbear1961

      Who are we to oppose the judgment of the GODS?

      • thatotherjean

        If they destroy Key West, though, I plan a little squeak of protest. It’s my favorite place in the country.

        • billbear1961

          I meant if they destroy Dump’s Florida palace of EVIL, Jean.

          • thatotherjean

            Of course, billbear. But their aim is proverbially lousy. If they destroy Mar-a-Lago, I will feel sad for the ghost of Marjorie Merriweather Post, who owned it when it wasn’t a hotbed of all that is Trump.

    • Johnny Wyeknot

      Palm Beach on the east coast a little more than half way down. It was the former winter home of Marjorie Merriweather Post. Designed by Mizner. It used to be tasteful. Dina Merril grew up there.

  • Jmdintpa

    Lawd Ham Mercy. I went out earlier to get a prescrip at the drug store and people in Tampa buying the expensive pedia water because the regular water sold out. Several gas stations had plastic bags over the pumps. If your in Florida you remember that all to well from past storms. Get your gas now baby. You can smell the panic in the air… or wait is that the BLT i just had coming back around?

    • GayOldLady

      Tampa/St.Pete, the most beautiful beaches in the world and my favorite place in the world. Please stay safe.

      • Johnny Wyeknot

        Great shells!

        • GayOldLady

          That’s my favorite past time when I’m on the beaches there, but the best shelling beach in FL is Sanibel Island. This storm looks like everything and everyone in that area are going to take a vicious hit.

          • Johnny Wyeknot

            Yes, Sanibel wins the prize! But be careful of the sun!

          • GayOldLady

            The shell beaches at Sanibel are not a place to be without water, sunscreen, visor/hat, sunglasses and a decent pair of water shoes.

          • Johnny Wyeknot

            How true! Of course in the 1970s there all I wore was a faded blue speedo. Maybe some baby oil and iodine for the tan … and at the gay nude beach at Sand Key, just south of the bridge to Clearwater even less …

          • GayOldLady

            I’ve spent many vacations in the Clearwater Area. How gorgeous is the beach there? Unbelievably beautiful. Have you been to Clearwater Beach lately? If you haven’t you wouldn’t recognize the area. It’s all high rise condos after you go through Belleair Beach toward Clearwater Beach. It’s almost impossible to get a peek at the ocean unless you go to the public beach in Clearwater or Sand Key Park. I love the old beaches of Indian Rock, Indian Shores, Madeira, Redington and John’s Pass, they have their share of larger hotels, but they still have a lot of Old Florida ambience. I’m sure it won’t be long before they destroy those beaches too. Treasure Island Beach still has the old Thunderbird Beach Resort and the Bilmar Beach Resort. They’ve been there since the 50’s. They’re well worth taking the time to visit or spend the night at if you’re in the area.

          • Johnny Wyeknot

            I haven’t been there in 30 years or more. Can’t bear it. Next time you are at Indian Rocks Beach, check out 516 N. Gulf Blvd. great old house still there. My family owned it from 1947 to 1981. Right on the gulf. I spent my summers there growing up. Spoiled me for any other beach in the world!

          • GayOldLady

            I’m very familiar with that home. Driven by it and walked by it hundreds of times. No telling how many times we were in Indian Rocks at the same time. My best memories were made there. I can remember driving in across the bay in the 50’s and seeing the Statue of the Indian Chief lit up by multi colored lights, shining in the darkness.If I could live anywhere in the world that’s where I’d choose. My ashes are going into the ocean there. Nowhere else means more to me. And I know exactly why you’re spoiled, other beaches cannot touch it.

          • Johnny Wyeknot

            Haha! Remember the old wooden bridge that crossed over to Indian Rocks from Largo that swiveled sideways to let the boats pass? We three kids in the giant backseat of our Packard screaming for our lives and making swimming motions in case we went down! And that great old two story house on floats on the inland waterway just south of the bridge! I think it belonged to the Bees family. Great childhood memories.

          • GayOldLady

            I remember the bridge, but don’t remember the floating house. How could I not remember that?

          • Johnny Wyeknot

            According to satellite imagery, it’s still there. Going south, on the left side, south of the bridge.

          • GayOldLady

            I’ll check it out. I was planning to go down this month but between the hurricane and my wife’s 93 year old mothers health we postponed at least until the end of the year.

    • djcoastermark

      We went out this morn in St Pete, to get some wine that was on sale and , good lard the stores were packed. Also lines at the gas stations and banks. And yes, water is sold out all over town already.

      • TampaDink

        I’m still on my house/dog/pool sitting assignment up in Tallahassee. My agoraphobic spousal equivalent is considering (finally) coming up here in advance of the storm. Our house in Tampa isn’t in a flood zone but sits beneath a mammoth live oak tree. I’ll probably end up driving down on Thurs, if Irma hasn’t changed course & Florida isn’t the anticipated target, to drag him & our pup up here. His folks live about 40 minutes north….and he needs to visit them anyway. My bro & sis-in-law are still on their epic 4+ week cross country glamping trip…but are keeping tabs & if it looks like Tally is going to get hit, they’ll shorten their trip & hurry home. I realize that Thursday might be premature for a “rescue mission” but I’d rather go & come back before the roads are clogged with people evacuating. Stay safe!

        • Johnny Wyeknot

          I grew up in an old frame (cypress) house on Indian Rocks Beach. Right on the Gulf. I loved that old place. Hope it once again survives. Been there since 1917 so it’s seen it’s share of storms.

          • TampaDink

            Wow. It must be really well built….especially to have endured the 1921 hurricane, which is the closest the Tampa bay region has come to a direct hit since. I’ve read a number of articles about that storm…which, if I recall correctly, made landfall in the Tarpon Springs area. Since then, so many communities have been built on land that was dredged up from the bays.

          • Johnny Wyeknot

            It was very well built by the family in Tampa who owned the lumber yard. The shell is cypress, the floors teak, and the woodwork mahogany. The original row of houses were on high ground. There are only 3 or 4 of them left. The oldest was built around 1895. If you’re ever over there, it’s on the beach between 5th and 6th Avenue. The actual address is 516 N Gulf Blvd. one house south of 6th Avenue. My family owned it between 1947 and 1981.

          • TampaDink

            Sounds beautiful as well as historic. I hope that it will withstand whatever may come from Irma. My Floridian family were almost newcomers. In the mid/late 1920’s my great grandfather had to take early retirement from the railroad up in Rhode Island. He was advised to move to FL for health reasons. In addition to the move of my great grandparents, my great-great grandmother lived with them. So those two generations along with my great aunt, great uncle & my maternal grandmother & her newlywed husband…all natives of R.I. pulled up stakes & moved to sunny Florida. In an era before air-conditioning, it boggles my mind that they settled in Gibsonia, a small town north of Lakeland. As Trae Crowder, the liberal redneck would say, “that don’t make no fuckin’ sense!”

          • Johnny Wyeknot

            Wow! I never even heard of Gibsonia!

          • TampaDink

            Actually, no….it is just north of Lakeland Square Mall. I jokingly asked my mom if she ever went to the mall when she visited her grandparents as a child (in the 30’s & 40’s). She assured me that the trip south into the big city of Lakeland took quite some time and that the drive up to visit her grandparents from Miami, where she was raised was about an 8 hour event.

          • Johnny Wyeknot

            The trip from Miami was probably treacherous with all those gator crossings!

        • djcoastermark

          Good thinking. Thursday will be a best idea for travel.

          • TampaDink

            I don’t worry about the southbound traffic….but the northbound is likely to suck….even as “early” as Thursday.

      • Johnny Wyeknot

        Fill up your clean tub with tap water.

  • worstcultever

    Dear Filipina Lesbian Wiccan God: Please turn this hurricane into a surgical tornado that hits only Mar-a-La-Gofuckyourself and turns it into a pile of unsalvageable rubble. Please spare every single other thing. In the name of Gertrude, Alice, and Ellen I pray. Amen.

    • SoCalGal20

      Amen!

    • GayOldLady

      Thanks be to the Goddesses!

    • OdieDenCO

      the FSM approves this message

    • marachne

      So mote it be!

    • Waarki
  • boatboy_srq

    Just hope that the evacuation sites for Keys residents don’t end up square in the path themselves. There are few things worse than evacuation to someplace that gets pounded flat while your own home stays nearly untouched.

  • SoCalGal20

    Everybody in the path of Irma, please stay safe!!!!

    • And evacuate!

  • Harveyrabbit

    Besides all of the unlucky people living in Florida and other places likely to be hit by Irma I’m just as concerned for Melania. She must be in quite a state trying to decide what heels to wear down to the FLA airport tarmac after Irma’s passed through. I’d suggest alligator.. local, timely, fashionable and cruel. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/121d2f81f7f775e2847c5711a0ce91f768a2809e483f3523574fb47215f0f762.jpg

  • Johnny Wyeknot

    Time to watch Key Largo again!

  • juanjo54

    With luck Mar-a-Lago will face the brunt of the storm and be wiped off the face of the earth. Then we will know what this god means by sending the storm.

    • Halou

      Sad thing is that the whole place is insured for multiple times what it is really worth. Destroying mar-a-lago will mean Trump only gets richer. Now if he and his entire criminal klan was there when it happens…

  • JCF

    “With the surges we’re expecting this is not the place to be,” said Senterfitt.

    The place may not be after, either.

    • ZRAinSWVA

      Not to worry. We’ll use our super special federal flood insurance program to put all those houses back pronto!

  • Phil2u

    How about Puerto Rico? She looks awfully close!

  • Rockola404

    Irma Thomas and Bonnie Raitt cover ‘ Time is on my side ‘ at a past New years eve celebration in New Orleans. https://youtu.be/p5QCd4hN-Sc

  • Phil2u

    I have friends in Ft. Lauderdale who are leaving for fear of “getting stuck” like once before.

  • Karl Dubhe
  • SDG

    Oy!