Haitians prepare for storm

  • The 37 children at the Lamb Center Children's Home in the coastal town of Leogane in western Haiti are forced to wait out Tropical Storm Tomas in the tents and a shed in their quake-crushed orphanage. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • The 37 children at the Lamb Center Children's Home in the coastal town of Leogane in western Haiti are forced to wait out Tropical Storm Tomas in the tents and a shed in their quake-crushed orphanage. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • The 37 children at the Lamb Center Children's Home in the coastal town of Leogane in western Haiti are forced to wait out Tropical Storm Tomas in the tents and a shed in their quake-crushed orphanage. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Haitian refugees await word of Caribbean storm Tomas on November 3, 2010 at a tent city in Port-au-Prince. The Caribbean storm Tomas fizzled into a tropical depression after lashing Barbados and leaving a more than a dozen dead in St. Lucia over the weekend, but forecasters predicted the storm could regain strength and barrel into quake-ravaged Haiti later in the week, threatening the hundreds of thousands of people living in camps around Port-au-Prince since a devastating earthquake in January THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images) THONY BELIZAIRE / AFP/GETTY IMAGES

  • Haitian refugees await word of Caribbean storm Tomas on November 3, 2010 at a tent city in Port-au-Prince. The Caribbean storm Tomas fizzled into a tropical depression after lashing Barbados and leaving a more than a dozen dead in St. Lucia over the weekend, but forecasters predicted the storm could regain strength and barrel into quake-ravaged Haiti later in the week, threatening the hundreds of thousands of people living in camps around Port-au-Prince since a devastating earthquake in January. THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images THONY BELIZAIRE / STAFF

  • Haitian refugees await word of Caribbean storm Tomas on November 3, 2010 at a tent city in Port-au-Prince. The Caribbean storm Tomas fizzled into a tropical depression after lashing Barbados and leaving a more than a dozen dead in St. Lucia over the weekend, but forecasters predicted the storm could regain strength and barrel into quake-ravaged Haiti later in the week, threatening the hundreds of thousands of people living in camps around Port-au-Prince since a devastating earthquake in January. THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images THONY BELIZAIRE / STAFF

  • Haitian refugees await word of Caribbean storm Tomas on November 3, 2010 at a tent city in Port-au-Prince. The Caribbean storm Tomas fizzled into a tropical depression after lashing Barbados and leaving a more than a dozen dead in St. Lucia over the weekend, but forecasters predicted the storm could regain strength and barrel into quake-ravaged Haiti later in the week, threatening the hundreds of thousands of people living in camps around Port-au-Prince since a devastating earthquake in January. THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images THONY BELIZAIRE / STAFF

  • PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - NOVEMBER 03: Haitian women cook in a camp for individuals who lost their homes in the January 12 earthquake November 3, 2010 in Port au Prince, Haiti. Over 1 million Haitians are refugees due to the January's earthquake. Haiti, one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere, has been further unsettled by an outbreak of cholera which has so far killed over 330 people. Additionally the country is bracing for the arrival of Tropical Storm Tomas which could reach the island by the end of the week when there is potential that the storm may develop back into a hurricane with wind speeds of between 74 and 110 miles (119 and 177 kilometers) per hour. Spencer Platt/Getty Images SPENCER PLATT / STAFF

  • A foreign volunteer, right, intervenes in a scuffle between earthquake survivors who were listening the call to evacuate the Corail-Cesselesse refugee camp to seek shelter before the arrival of Tropical Storm Tomas in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Wednesday Nov. 3, 2010. Fear and confusion set in among more than 1 million Haitians advised to leave earthquake homeless camps in the rubble-choked capital as disaster officials watched the approach of the storm. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa) RAMON ESPINOSA / STF

  • Haitian refugees await word of Caribbean storm Tomas on November 3, 2010 at a tent city in Port-au-Prince. The Caribbean storm Tomas fizzled into a tropical depression after lashing Barbados and leaving a more than a dozen dead in St. Lucia over the weekend, but forecasters predicted the storm could regain strength and barrel into quake-ravaged Haiti later in the week, threatening the hundreds of thousands of people living in camps around Port-au-Prince since a devastating earthquake in January AFP PHOTO / Thony BELIZAIRE (Photo credit should read THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images) THONY BELIZAIRE / STAFF

  • Haitian refugees await word of Caribbean storm Tomas on November 3, 2010 at a tent city in Port-au-Prince. The Caribbean storm Tomas fizzled into a tropical depression after lashing Barbados and leaving a more than a dozen dead in St. Lucia over the weekend, but forecasters predicted the storm could regain strength and barrel into quake-ravaged Haiti later in the week, threatening the hundreds of thousands of people living in camps around Port-au-Prince since a devastating earthquake in January AFP PHOTO / Thony BELIZAIRE (Photo credit should read THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images) THONY BELIZAIRE / STAFF

  • Girls return to their family's tents after filling containers with water at the Caradeux Camp for people displaced by the Jan. earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday Nov. 2, 2010. Forecasters predict Tropical Storm Tomas will veer north toward Haiti and perhaps regain hurricane strength by Thursday. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa) RAMON ESPINOSA / STF

  • PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - NOVEMBER 03: A child walks through the Corail-Cesselesse relocation camp for individuals who lost their homes in the January 12 earthquake November 3, 2010 in Port au Prince, Haiti. Anticipating flooding rains and high winds from Tropical Storm Tomas, the Haitian government has ordered the evacuation of the tent city. The country is bracing for the arrival of Tropical Storm Tomas which could reach the island by the end of the week where there is potential that the storm may develop back into a hurricane with wind speeds of between 74 and 110 miles per hour. Over 1 million Haitians are refugees due to the January earthquake. Haiti, one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere, has been further unsettled by an outbreak of cholera which has so far killed over 330 people. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) SPENCER PLATT / STAFF

  • PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - NOVEMBER 03: A young boy stands in a tent in a camp for individuals who lost their homes in the January 12 earthquake November 3, 2010 in Port au Prince, Haiti. Over 1 million Haitians are refugees due to the January's earthquake. Haiti, one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere, has been further unsettled by an outbreak of cholera which has so far killed over 330 people. Additionally the country is bracing for the arrival of Tropical Storm Tomas which could reach the island by the end of the week when there is potential that the storm may develop back into a hurricane with wind speeds of between 74 and 110 miles (119 and 177 kilometers) per hour. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) SPENCER PLATT / STAFF

  • PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - NOVEMBER 03: A woman walks with some of her belongings on her head as she evacuates the Corail-Cesselesse relocation camp before the arrival of a storm November 3, 2010 in Port au Prince, Haiti. Anticipating flooding rains and high winds from Tropical Storm Tomas, the Haitian government has ordered the evacuation of the tent city. The country is bracing for the arrival of Tropical Storm Tomas which could reach the island by the end of the week where there is potential that the storm may develop back into a hurricane with wind speeds of between 74 and 110 miles per hour. Over 1 million Haitians are refugees due to the January earthquake. Haiti, one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere, has been further unsettled by an outbreak of cholera which has so far killed over 330 people. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) SPENCER PLATT / STAFF

  • PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - NOVEMBER 03: Families gather in the Corail-Cesselesse relocation camp for individuals who lost their homes in the January 12 earthquake November 3, 2010 in Port au Prince, Haiti. Anticipating flooding rains and high winds from Tropical Storm Tomas, the Haitian government has ordered the evacuation of the tent city. The country is bracing for the arrival of Tropical Storm Tomas which could reach the island by the end of the week where there is potential that the storm may develop back into a hurricane with wind speeds of between 74 and 110 miles per hour. Over 1 million Haitians are refugees due to the January earthquake. Haiti, one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere, has been further unsettled by an outbreak of cholera which has so far killed over 330 people. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) SPENCER PLATT / STAFF

  • Haitian refugees await word of Caribbean storm Tomas on November 3, 2010 at a tent city in Port-au-Prince. The Caribbean storm Tomas fizzled into a tropical depression after lashing Barbados and leaving a more than a dozen dead in St. Lucia over the weekend, but forecasters predicted the storm could regain strength and barrel into quake-ravaged Haiti later in the week, threatening the hundreds of thousands of people living in camps around Port-au-Prince since a devastating earthquake in January AFP PHOTO / Thony BELIZAIRE (Photo credit should read THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images) THONY BELIZAIRE / STAFF

  • Haitian refugees await word of Caribbean storm Tomas on November 3, 2010 at a tent city in Port-au-Prince. The Caribbean storm Tomas fizzled into a tropical depression after lashing Barbados and leaving a more than a dozen dead in St. Lucia over the weekend, but forecasters predicted the storm could regain strength and barrel into quake-ravaged Haiti later in the week, threatening the hundreds of thousands of people living in camps around Port-au-Prince since a devastating earthquake in January AFP PHOTO / Thony BELIZAIRE (Photo credit should read THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images) THONY BELIZAIRE / STAFF

  • Haitian refugees await word of Caribbean storm Tomas on November 3, 2010 at a tent city in Port-au-Prince. The Caribbean storm Tomas fizzled into a tropical depression after lashing Barbados and leaving a more than a dozen dead in St. Lucia over the weekend, but forecasters predicted the storm could regain strength and barrel into quake-ravaged Haiti later in the week, threatening the hundreds of thousands of people living in camps around Port-au-Prince since a devastating earthquake in January AFP PHOTO / Thony BELIZAIRE (Photo credit should read THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images) THONY BELIZAIRE / STAFF

  • Haitian refugees await word of Caribbean storm Tomas on November 3, 2010 at a tent city in Port-au-Prince. The Caribbean storm Tomas fizzled into a tropical depression after lashing Barbados and leaving a more than a dozen dead in St. Lucia over the weekend, but forecasters predicted the storm could regain strength and barrel into quake-ravaged Haiti later in the week, threatening the hundreds of thousands of people living in camps around Port-au-Prince since a devastating earthquake in January AFP PHOTO / Thony BELIZAIRE (Photo credit should read THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images) THONY BELIZAIRE / STAFF

  • PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - NOVEMBER 03: People stand around a red flag warning of an impending storm at the Corail-Cesselesse relocation camp November 3, 2010 in Port au Prince, Haiti. Anticipating flooding rains and high winds from Tropical Storm Tomas, the Haitian government has ordered the evacuation of the tent city. The country is bracing for the arrival of Tropical Storm Tomas which could reach the island by the end of the week where there is potential that the storm may develop back into a hurricane with wind speeds of between 74 and 110 miles per hour. Over 1 million Haitians are refugees due to the January earthquake. Haiti, one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere, has been further unsettled by an outbreak of cholera which has so far killed over 330 people. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) SPENCER PLATT / STAFF