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IRMA LIVE UPDATES: Fuel Availability & Station Outages

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Live updates on fuel availability and station outages in states affected by Hurricane Irma.

Our gas-availability tracking systems are active. This includes in-app features and an online tracker to provide information notifying users of gas stations with no fuel or power.

Sept 18

3:35pm ET

Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 11%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 13%
  • Gainesville: 15%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 12%
  • Orlando: 11%
  • Jacksonville: 11%
  • Tallahassee: 12%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 18%
  • Panama City: 5%

  • Sept 15

    2:40pm ET

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 19%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 26%
  • Gainesville: 22%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 24%
  • Orlando: 23%
  • Jacksonville: 20%
  • Tallahassee: 27%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 24%
  • Panama City: 6%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia:

  • Dothan, GA: 15%
  • Macon, GA: 10%
  • Atlanta, GA: 9%
  • Albany, GA: 15%
  • Thomasville, GA: 20%
  • Columbus, GA: 10%
  • Savannah, GA: 17%
  • Augusta, GA: 13%

  • 10:00am ET

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 20%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 31%
  • Gainesville: 30%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 26%
  • Orlando: 27%
  • Jacksonville: 22%
  • Tallahassee: 29%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 37%
  • Panama City: 7%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia:

  • Dothan, GA: 15%
  • Macon, GA: 10%
  • Atlanta, GA: 9%
  • Albany, GA: 15%
  • Thomasville, GA: 22%
  • Columbus, GA: 11%
  • Savannah, GA: 19%
  • Augusta, GA: 13%

  • Sept 14

    2:59pm ET

    The percentage of Florida gas stations without fuel continues to drop as recovery efforts continue.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 27%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 35%
  • Gainesville: 33%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 29%
  • Orlando: 29%
  • Jacksonville: 26%
  • Tallahassee: 30%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 32%
  • Panama City: 8%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Dothan, GA: 15%
  • Macon, GA: 11%
  • Atlanta, GA: 10%
  • Albany, GA: 22%
  • Thomasville, GA: 24%
  • Columbus, GA: 13%
  • Savannah, GA: 22%
  • Augusta, GA: 15%
  • Charleston, SC: 6%

  • 9:30am ET

    Gas stations in Florida are seeing percentages of stations without fuel slowly decrease as recovery efforts continue. Metro area gas stations in Georgia are also continue to see replenishing fuel supplies.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 30%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 39%
  • Gainesville: 38%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 32%
  • Orlando: 32%
  • Jacksonville: 29%
  • Tallahassee: 34%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 39%
  • Panama City: 8%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Dothan, GA: 15%
  • Macon, GA: 12%
  • Atlanta, GA: 11%
  • Albany, GA: 18%
  • Thomasville, GA: 24%
  • Columbus, GA: 12%
  • Savannah, GA: 23%
  • Augusta, GA: 16%
  • Charleston, SC: 7%

  • Sept 13

    2:55pm ET

    All metro areas in Florida are seeing percentages of stations without fuel dramatically decrease as recovery efforts are underway. Metro area gas stations in Georgia are also seeing replenished fuel supplies.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 36%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 43%
  • Gainesville: 41%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 36%
  • Orlando: 36%
  • Jacksonville: 32%
  • Tallahassee: 38%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 42%
  • Panama City: 12%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Dothan, GA: 15%
  • Macon, GA: 13%
  • Atlanta, GA: 12%
  • Albany, GA: 15%
  • Thomasville, GA: 27%
  • Columbus, GA: 14%
  • Savannah, GA: 26%
  • Augusta, GA: 18%
  • Charleston, SC: 8%

  • 9:05am ET

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 48%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 50%
  • Gainesville: 45%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 45%
  • Orlando: 42%
  • Jacksonville: 37%
  • Tallahassee: 47%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 48%
  • Panama City: 14%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Macon, GA: 13%
  • Atlanta, GA: 13%
  • Albany, GA: 18%
  • Thomasville, GA: 29%
  • Columbus, GA: 14%
  • Savannah, GA: 30%
  • Augusta, GA: 18%
  • Charleston, SC: 10%

  • Sept 12

    3:15pm ET

    All gas stations in Florida cities listed below have seen the percentage of station shortages slowly decrease. Stations in Georgia and South Carolina are also seeing lower percentages of stations without fuel as the day progresses.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 48%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 50%
  • Gainesville: 62%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 50%
  • Orlando: 44%
  • Jacksonville: 42%
  • Tallahassee: 47%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 41%
  • Panama City: 13%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Macon, GA: 14%
  • Atlanta, GA: 14%
  • Albany, GA: 20%
  • Thomasville, GA: 31%
  • Columbus, GA: 17%
  • Savannah, GA: 30%
  • Augusta, GA: 20%
  • Charleston, SC: 12%

  • 10:45am ET

    Florida gas stations in West Palm Beach, Miami, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Naples, Tallahassee and Tampa are beginning to replenish their fuel supplies. Georgia is seeing increases to fuel consumption as Floridians begin to make their way back home, putting a strain on many gas stations to keep the fuel flowing as Irma moves through Georgia and Alabama.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 47%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 52%
  • Gainesville: 62%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 50%
  • Orlando: 46%
  • Jacksonville: 47%
  • Tallahassee: 51%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 42%
  • Panama City: 16%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Macon, GA: 15%
  • Atlanta, GA: 14%
  • Albany, GA: 21%
  • Thomasville, GA: 35%
  • Columbus, GA: 16%
  • Savannah, GA: 32%
  • Augusta, GA: 21%
  • Charleston, SC: 13%

  • Sept 11

    6:20pm ET

    Jacksonville sees an 8% increase in station shortages since 2pm and is now reporting 56% of stations are out of gas, while Tallahassee sees a 5% increase in station shortages. We are also seeing increased shortages in Georgia, including Macon and Albany at 12% and 15%, respectively.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 54%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 61%
  • Gainesville: 69%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 56%
  • Orlando: 47%
  • Jacksonville: 56%
  • Tallahassee: 61%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 47%
  • Panama City: 19%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Macon, GA: 12%
  • Atlanta, GA: 13%
  • Albany, GA: 15%
  • Thomasville, GA: 26%
  • Columbus, GA: 16%
  • Savannah, GA: 32%
  • Augusta, GA: 21%
  • Charleston, SC: 13%

  • 2:00pm ET

    Gas Stations in Florida, South Carolina and Georgia continue to see fuel supplies deplete as Irma moves from a category 1 hurricane to a tropical storm.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 57%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 62%
  • Gainesville: 65%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 55%
  • Orlando: 45%
  • Jacksonville: 48%
  • Tallahassee: 56%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 45%
  • Panama City: 18%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Atlanta, GA: 13%
  • Albany, GA: 11%
  • Thomasville, GA: 23%
  • Columbus, GA: 14%
  • Savannah, GA: 29%
  • Augusta, GA: 21%
  • Charleston, SC: 11%

  • 10:30am ET

    Gas stations in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina are still reporting fuel shortages as Irma moves into Georgia.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 56%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 62%
  • Gainesville: 60%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 54%
  • Orlando: 45%
  • Jacksonville: 48%
  • Tallahassee: 55%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 45%
  • Panama City: 16%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Atlanta, GA: 13%
  • Thomasville, GA: 22%
  • Columbus, GA: 14%
  • Savannah, GA: 28%
  • Augusta, GA: 21%
  • Charleston, SC: 11%

  • Sept 10

    GasBuddy Publishes Live Data Visualizations of Fuel Outages, Wait Times and Price Spreads in Affected Areas of Southeast US and Texas.

  • GasBuddy data suggests massive fuel outages and wait times caused by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey
  • GasBuddy calls on media, government agencies and consumers to utilize these data visualizations to inform evacuation and public safety efforts
  • More info here.

    9:45pm ET

    Percentages of gas stations without fuel in Georgia are slowly increasing as Irma makes its way up the coast of Florida.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 55%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 62%
  • Gainesville: 63%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 54%
  • Orlando: 46%
  • Jacksonville: 47%
  • Tallahassee: 54%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 46%
  • Panama City: 16%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Atlanta, GA: 12%
  • Thomasville, GA: 22%
  • Columbus, GA: 14%
  • Savannah, GA: 27%
  • Augusta, GA: 20%
  • Charleston, SC: 12%

  • 4:45pm ET

    70% of gas stations in Gainesville, Florida are now out of gasoline. Aiken, South Carolina is also seeing fuel shortages. Georgia continues to see stations out of fuel after the a state of emergency is declared for all 159 counties.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 56%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 63%
  • Gainesville: 70%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 57%
  • Orlando: 46%
  • Jacksonville: 46%
  • Tallahassee: 50%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 47%
  • Panama City: 17%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Albany, GA: 10%
  • Atlanta, GA: 11%
  • Thomasville, GA: 20%
  • Columbus, GA: 12%
  • Savannah, GA: 26%
  • Augusta, GA: 20%
  • Charleston, SC: 12%
  • Aiken, SC: 10%

  • 12:45pm ET

    Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville see increased fuel shortages as Irma begins to make its way up the west coast of Florida. Additional areas of Georgia are starting to see fuel shortages, including Macon and Albany.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 55%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 63%
  • Gainesville: 64%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 60%
  • Orlando: 46%
  • Jacksonville: 43%
  • Tallahassee: 49%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 50%
  • Panama City: 19%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Macon, GA: 10%
  • Albany, GA: 10%
  • Atlanta, GA: 11%
  • Thomasville, GA: 20%
  • Columbus, GA: 10%
  • Savannah, GA: 26%
  • Augusta, GA: 19%
  • Charleston, SC: 12%

  • 9:35am ET

    As Irma makes landfall in Florida, Gainesville sees a sharp increase overnight of stations without fuel, followed by Orlando and Tampa. More stations in Georgia are also running out, with more than 10% of gas stations in Atlanta reporting without fuel.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 56%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 64%
  • Gainesville: 64%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 58%
  • Orlando: 43%
  • Jacksonville: 40%
  • Tallahassee: 51%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 49%
  • Panama City: 18%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Atlanta, GA: 11%
  • Thomasville, GA: 20%
  • Columbus, GA: 10%
  • Savannah, GA: 26%
  • Augusta, GA: 19%
  • Charleston, SC: 13%

  • Sept 9

    10:05pm ET

    Central Florida cities now seeing more gas stations without fuel. Additional areas of Georgia are seeing increased fuel shortages.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 56%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 65%
  • Gainesville: 57%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 53%
  • Orlando: 39%
  • Jacksonville: 36%
  • Tallahassee: 50%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 49%
  • Panama City: 18%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Thomasville, GA: 18%
  • Columbus, GA: 11%
  • Savannah, GA: 24%
  • Augusta, GA: 20%
  • Charleston, SC: 13%

  • 4:45pm ET

    Some Florida counties received last minute shipments, other counties slowly losing gas. Gas stations in the Charleston, SC area also received new shipments.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 55%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 66%
  • Gainesville: 50%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 49%
  • Orlando: 34%
  • Jacksonville: 30%
  • Tallahassee: 45%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 53%
  • Panama City: 17%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Thomasville, GA: 13%
  • Savannah, GA: 25%
  • Augusta, GA: 22%
  • Charleston, SC: 14%

  • 1:15pm ET

    More stations in Georgia and South Carolina are running out of fuel as the storm moves towards Florida.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 56%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 66%
  • Gainesville: 48%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 44%
  • Orlando: 35%
  • Jacksonville: 27%
  • Tallahassee: 45%
  • Fort Myers-Naples: 61%
  • Panama City: 16%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Thomasville, GA: 14%
  • Savannah, GA: 24%
  • Augusta, GA: 20%
  • Charleston, SC: 17%

  • 9:05am ET

    Gas stations in many Miami and West Palm Beach continue to run out of gas as refueling efforts are discontinued. Stations in Georgia and South Carolina are also beginning to run out of fuel as people prepare for Irma.

    Percentage of Stations in Florida Without Fuel:

  • West Palm Beach: 53%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 65%
  • Gainesville: 55%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 44%
  • Orlando: 34%
  • Jacksonville: 29%
  • Tallahassee: 46%

  • Percentage of Stations Without Fuel in Georgia and South Carolina:

  • Thomasville, GA: 12%
  • Savannah, GA: 23%
  • Atlanta, GA: 6%
  • Augusta, GA: 21%
  • Charleston, SC: 19%

  • Sept 8

    5:10pm ET

    As refueling efforts slow, more gas stations are running out of gas in Florida counties:

  • West Palm Beach: 40%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 41%
  • Gainesville: 60%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 41%
  • Orlando: 33%
  • Jacksonville 25%
  • Tallahassee 34%

  • 4:15pm ET

  • GasBuddy has added diesel availability to help consumers affected by hurricane-related fuel outages.
  • 1:10pm ET

    Gas stations in multiple counties have additional gas supply due to refueling efforts:

  • West Palm Beach: 36%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 38%
  • Gainesville: 55%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 35%
  • Orlando: 33%
  • Jacksonville 23%
  • Tallahassee 25%

  • 8:30am ET

    Gas outages rising in Florida. Now a majority of stations in Gainesville without gas:

  • West Palm Beach: 49%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 47%
  • Gainesville: 60%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 40%
  • Orlando: 36%
  • Jacksonville 29%
  • Tallahassee 24%

  • Sept 7

    9:00pm ET

    Florida gas stations without gas:

  • West Palm Beach: 44%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 42%
  • Fort Myers/Naples: 34%
  • Gainesville: 50%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 37%


  • 5:10pm ET

    Florida gas stations without gas:

  • West Palm Beach: 42%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 39%
  • Fort Myers/Naples: 31%
  • Gainesville: 44%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 33%


  • 1:18pm ET

  • Florida Governor Rick Scott states he is working to get fuel trucks into the state to refuel stations that are out of gasoline.
  • GasBuddy is calling on retail chains in the Southeast to actively update their critical station information and data to aid consumers affected by storm. More info here.


  • Florida gas stations without gas:

  • West Palm Beach: 34%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 36%
  • Fort Myers/Naples: 30%
  • Gainesville: 41%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 28%


  • 10:30am ET

  • Currently 43% of gas stations in Miami, 31% in West Palm Beach, 30% in Tampa without fuel.
  • Gas prices up 24 cents up from last week in Florida. Current average price in Florida $2.71


  • 9:15am ET

  • Florida Governor Rick Scott encourages residents to use GasBuddy to find where gas is available during press briefing.


  • 7:17am ET

    Florida gas stations without gas:

  • West Palm Beach: 42%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 41%
  • Fort Myers/Naples: 31%
  • Gainesville: 30%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 30%


  • Sept 6

    10:02pm ET

    Florida gas stations without gas:

  • West Palm Beach: 30%
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 34%
  • Fort Myers/Naples: 30%
  • Tampa/St Pete: 24%


  • 4:43pm ET

  • HURRICANE IRMA: Gas Stations Across Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina Currently Without Fuel Due to Hurricane, According to GasBuddy
  • GasBuddy is a smartphone app connecting drivers with their Perfect Pit Stop™. With 70 million downloads, GasBuddy is the leader in crowdsourced information to help drivers find the best gas prices, closest stations, friendliest service, cleanest restrooms, tastiest coffee and much more. GasBuddy is the leading source for the most accurate, real-time fuel prices at more than 140,000 gas stations in the U.S., Canada and Australia.