In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, recovery efforts are underway to restore power and remove debris in Florida and other parts of the Southeast. Power in portions of Lee County, Florida, may be out for a month following what NOAA has declared to be the 25th deadliest hurricane in U.S. history. As power is restored, restoration to damaged roadways and removal of debris may take months.
As Florida rebuilds, weather impacts across the Southeast have lessened. Minor flooding is expected in Georgia and South Carolina next week, but we do not foresee significant disruptions. The following is a roundup of updates affecting the supply chain: