REMEMBER:High profile vehicles (campers, tractor trailers, boats, etc.) are at risk while traveling during high winds, especially on bridges.
Never attempt to drive through water on a road. Water can be deeper than it appears, and water levels rise very quickly. Most cars will float dangerously for at least a short while. A car can be buoyed by floodwaters and then swept downstream during a flood. Floodwaters also can erode roadways, and a missing section of road or a missing bridge will not be visible with water running over the area. Wade through floodwaters only if the water is not flowing rapidly and only in water no higher than the knees. If a car stalls in flood-water, get out quickly and move to higher ground. The flood-waters may still be rising, and the car could be swept away at any moment.