Millions in Florida are without power around noon on Monday.
At the same time, parts of South Georgia are taking a beating from Irma.
The Lombardo family was there from Fort Meyers. When their area evacuated, they came up north
When we touched base with the family during the eye of the storm while things were much calmer. They said their home is a little damaged but not flooded.
They're just grateful to be safe.
"We knew we were getting out of the frying pan into the fire," said Tony Lombardo. "Other people have it worse right now."
New 13's Liz Burch was live in Crisp County, near Albany, where winds have really picked up there in the last hour.
The sheriff enacted a 2 p.m. curfew for Crisp and Dooly counties.
The sheriff's office says that's to keep everyone safe.
The curfew ends at noon Tuesday.