It's not very strong, wind wise right now, but, it is still expected to be a tropical storm before the end of the day, if not soon. The problem right now is that those clouds contain a whole lot of moisture and it is moving very slowly. For us, that means that a lot of water is mixing in with an already fairly saturated soil and that combined with 35 to 45 mph winds make the trees want to uproot and head for dryer places. Fallen trees equal, power lines down, equals a whole lot of difficulty in staying cool in a very warm place. I have a Coleman stove that I have been hanging onto for the past 15 years. I've never used it, but, I tugged it out and checked the connections for leaks and when that was clear I tested the burners and voila they worked. It will be used sparingly with a whole lot of ventilation, but, at least not everything needs to be cold.Hopefully it will lose strength as it goes over land.