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Live updates on fuel availability and gas station outages in states affected by Hurricane Michael. Our fuel-availability tracking systems are active notifying users of gas stations with no fuel or power.

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OCT 10

9:00AM: Governor Rick Scott says that they have not seen widespread fuel shortages during the morning press conference and that his team is actively working to ensure fuel gets to where it is needed before and after the storm.

Current outage data, according to GasBuddy:
Mobile/Pensacola – 34.2%
Panama City – 32.4%
Tallahassee – 21.28%


2:30PM: According to GasBuddy data, 4.5% of gas stations in the state of Florida are without fuel.
Mobile/Pensacola – 18.1%
Panama City – 17.8%
Tallahassee – 9.9%

12:30PM: Georgia Governor Nathan Deal issues a state of emergency for 92 counties effective Oct 9 due to Hurricane Michael.

11:37AM: Governor Rick Scott urges Floridians to evacuate if they are under a mandatory evacuation order.

8:30AM: Governor Rick Scott tells viewers during the morning press briefing from the Florida State Emergency Operations Center that fuel supply is a “top priority” as his team will be watching fuel supplies across the state all day. He recommends those who are evacuating to download the GasBuddy app to check where gas is available.

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