After one of the largest storm evacuations in history, Floridians are heading back home. Florida Governor Rick Scott urged more than 6.5 million residents, or one out of four of his constituents, to flee Hurricane Irma. He is now urging those residents not to rush back home. There are concerns across the southeast of jammed roads, uncertain supplies of gasoline, empty grocery store shelves, standing water, and widespread power outages that could last for weeks. The evacuation also placed a financial strain on many evacuees.