Almost halfway finished, Florida's 2013 hurricane season has been a breeze so far.
But Craig Fugate, the federal government's top emergency manager, says the state is just entering the thick of hurricane season in late August and September. Fugate, now the administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, was Florida's top emergency manager in 2004 and 2005, when seven hurricanes hit the state.
But despite those memories, Fugate is concerned that Floridians won't take steps such as heeding evacuation orders if a storm comes. He says they're in denial.