THEY TOOK DORIAN SERIOUSLY September 8, 2019 Here’s a look at how Floridians prepared over the past week as the hurricane slowly edged the east coast. MIKE STOCKER/SOUTH FLORIDA SUN SENTINEL/TNS A sign on northbound I-95 near Hobe Sound warned drivers of the Hurricane warning in effect on Sept. 2. KRISTINA WEBB/ PALM BEACH POST/TNS Cars wait in line at the Costco gas station in Royal Palm Beach on Aug. 29 as people prepare for Hurricane Dorian. GARRY SMITS/ THE TIME-UNION/TNS Nita Wells (center) traveled from Maxwell, Calif., and Carol Conley (left) from Burlington, Vt., to join a group of Red Cross volunteers working the shelter at the Landmark Middle School in Jacksonville. On the right is Dinah Mayberry of Jacksonville. CHARLES TRAINOR JR./ MIAMI HERALD/TNS Opa-locka city workers put sandbags in Fred Morgan’s car as Hurricane Dorian approaches Florida on Aug. 30. JEFF OSTROWSKI/ PALM BEACH POST/TNS Florida Power & Light had trucks lined up in Palm Beach County to handle mass power outages. JOE BURBANK/ ORLANDO SENTINEL/TNS Costco shoppers wait in line to get two cases of bottled water – the limit per customer – at the Costco store in Altamonte Spring on Aug. 30 as Central Florida residents prepared for Hurricane Dorian.