He set out from Georgia while all the weather forecasts on the Eastern seaboard warned of a very large storm. He chose to take an inland route. It was obvious on Wednesday that traveling on the highway around here would be a really bad idea for at least 36 hours. Schools were closed. Motorists were warned to avoid traveling. Coleman did, and he and many others like him cost Pennsylvania a significant expense in emergency services because they couldn't be bothered to change their travel plans. They needed a reminder that Nature still bites.