Just watching 2020 on the Houston devastation and it got me wondering how many days of advance notice does one usually have to know a Storm including a Hurricane/Tornado is coming? After seeing the devastation albeit I don't trust the media to not over sensationalize, as soon as an announcement was officially made, I'd get the hell out. I don't quite get why so many people stayed in Houston unless they didn't have advanced notice to leave. Incredibly, in 1960, New York City, there was a Hurricane on the first day of school, and the idiot Mayor and the Board of Education didn't cancel Public School that day and our idiotic parents sent us to school. They later decided, duh, at noon time to send everyone home.