I had initially tried to make it through the night with the generators shut down. After a couple of hours, though, the heat and the humidity became unpleasant enough that sleep became difficult. There's simply no way to get comfortable when it's 82 degrees with 94% humidity. Running an inverter overnight wasn't too bad, especially once I got the fuel situation figured out.Hey LaSwamp, Glad to hear you made it through alright. Man I know what you mean with the heat and trying to sleep through it. My family of 4 spent the first night (Sunday night) in the dark as I was not going to try and setup the gen while there was still storms and rain going sideways. I'll post a separate thread with my story shortly.