As Tropical storm Fiona overwhelmed Puerto Rico this week, occupants of the U.S. domain in the Caribbean didn't need to look far for tokens of the last extraordinary tempest.
Blue coverings are hung north of thousands of homes, structures needing fix actually dab the island and blackouts stay steady.
The deadliest catastrophic event in Puerto Rico in 100 years, Tropical storm Maria eliminated around 3,000 individuals.
However Fiona made landfall Class 1 tempest, the harm it fashioned even before it struck - including the deficiency of force and consumable water - filled in as a troubling sign .
"The power lattice is central to the whole business of every individual who lives here in Puerto Rico," said Charlotte Gossett Navarro.
"At its generally outrageous, we are jeopardizing individuals' lives."