Gov. Rick Scott is asking Floridians to be patient following Hurricane Irma.
Scott says it's still too dangerous for residents to return from evacuations or to go outside. He warned that roads are impassable and that there are downed power lines that could be a danger to the community.
Scott said Monday on Fox News that he’s concerned about flooding now unfolding in Jacksonville and the amount of damage in the Florida Keys.
The governor will be flying out of Mobile, Alabama, on a U.S. Coast Guard plane down to the Keys where he plans to inspect the extent of the damage there.
Local officials in the Keys on Sunday warned of a humanitarian crisis due to Irma’s winds and storm surge.