Traffic rolls at a crawl on the northbound lanes of Florida's Turnpike near the intersection of I-75 in Wildwood, Friday, Sept. 8, 2017. Motorists are evacuating for the anticipated arrival of Hurricane Irma.
Traffic rolls at a crawl on the northbound lanes of Florida's Turnpike near the intersection of I-75 in Wildwood, Friday, Sept. 8, 2017. Motorists are evacuating for the anticipated arrival of Hurricane Irma. Stephen M. Dowell AP
Traffic rolls at a crawl on the northbound lanes of Florida's Turnpike near the intersection of I-75 in Wildwood, Friday, Sept. 8, 2017. Motorists are evacuating for the anticipated arrival of Hurricane Irma. Stephen M. Dowell AP

Irma’s here. But if you’re still leaving by car, this is what traffic is like

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