How to deal with the fallout of Hurricane Irene

A massive cleanup effort is underway after the storm hit Decatur, Georgia.

Here are some key points to know:1.

A massive storm shut down more than 2,100 power plants in the South and Northeast in the aftermath of Irene.

Power companies are trying to make sure the power grid works as normal, and are relying on more generators to handle peak demand.

But as a result of Irenee, some substations have been closed.

There is no estimate on how many more are going to need to shut down.

The power companies are still working to restore some substation capacity.2.

Irene is expected to bring the first major outage in nearly a year.

A few hours after the hurricane hit, the National Weather Service issued a hurricane watch for much of the South.

In some areas, the weather service issued a tropical storm warning for the entire region.3.

Irenee is also expected to cause a significant disruption to commercial and industrial travel.

It’s expected to be a major headache for the airports, which will be busy at all times of day and night.

The airports have been forced to shut off the airport system during this time, which could cause significant delays.

The FAA has opened an investigation into whether any passengers were inconvenienced during this blackout.4.

Some hotels and restaurants are shutting down temporarily.

Hotel chains are canceling events and restaurants.

The National Association of Convenience Stores has stopped operating in a number of major cities, including Atlanta.

In addition, the Federal Aviation Administration is taking steps to limit flights from certain airports to other locations.5.

Some restaurants and retail outlets have canceled scheduled events.

A number of restaurants have stopped selling food to customers during this storm.

The owners of restaurants such as Chipotle Mexican Grill and Subway announced they will close during this period.

A lot of people have canceled their appointments, which means that some people won’t be able to get a job.6.

Many people will be out of work for the foreseeable future.

The number of people out of jobs has risen to nearly 40 million from around 15 million before Irene hit.7.

Many restaurants and retailers have shut down temporarily to prepare for the storm.

Some businesses have opened up their doors temporarily, but they have not reopened.

The restaurants are continuing to try to open as quickly as possible.8.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has extended a deadline for businesses and residents to leave their homes, and has announced that it will provide a $10,000 grant to businesses and homeowners that are affected by the storm to cover costs.

Some local governments have also extended their emergency response timelines, including in some places, even to the next day.9.

The storm has affected power grids around the country, including those in Georgia, Florida, North Carolina and Texas.

Some power grids are already seeing increased outages and disruptions.

There have also been reports of outages affecting power lines.10.

Some parts of the United States may experience longer-term outages.

In Georgia, some areas are experiencing outages for at least three to four days, and some parts of Texas have been experiencing outage for as long as three to five days.11.

As a result, many people are asking: “Why are the power companies shutting down power in my area?”

The answer to that question is that many of these power lines have already been severed.

The companies are shutting off power in the areas they are repairing.

But some of these lines are already damaged.

So when the power goes out, it’s going to hit the power company’s substations and cause outages there.12.

Power lines have been severed in the Florida Panhandle, which was hit by Hurricane Irma.

Some of the power lines in the Panhandle have been torn and damaged by Irma, but many other lines are still standing.13.

Some areas of Georgia are experiencing higher power outages, especially in the north.

Some residents are complaining about high bills from their utility companies.

A utility company in Savannah, Georgia, said it has received complaints about outages that can reach 10 times higher than normal.14.

A total of about 2.5 million people in Georgia have been affected by Hurricane Irenee.

Many of those who are experiencing power outage are also having to pay their own bills.

In many cases, people who have had outages in the past are also paying their bills.

Many are also getting phone calls from utility companies, so they are trying their best to get their bills paid.

The utility companies are working to make it easier for people to pay the bills.15.

Residents are also being told by power companies that they must turn off their devices when they are away from their homes and when they leave the area.

People who have been disconnected from their cell phones and tablets are also worried about this.

It can be very confusing and frustrating for a lot of these people.16. Power out