You’re not alone.
Charlie Baker is warning residents that they can’t just head to the water for their water.
Baker said the state’s travel advisory for Tuesday, which goes into effect on Thursday, “will be effective immediately.”
The state’s public health department has issued a “water emergency” advisory.
“It will be a little more extensive than usual,” Baker said at a news conference Wednesday.
“It is very clear that it is going to be a significant number of emergency vehicles out there.
So we’re expecting a lot of people to get stuck in this traffic jam and the traffic will be jamming for quite some time.
It’s going to take some serious planning.””
If you want to travel in a hurry, then you better pack some water,” Baker added.”
There’s a big water emergency here in Massachusetts, so we’re going to make sure that we get out of this water as quickly as possible,” he said.
Baker said the emergency order applies to all vehicles that enter the state and to private property owners.
The governor said drivers should avoid “all water and gas lines, boilers, and other equipment.”
Massachusetts is in the middle of an unprecedented drought that has left the state at the mercy of its water supply.
The drought has forced the state to temporarily shut off its taps and cut off water for some areas.
The governor also issued an emergency water emergency order for people in Boston, Worcester, and Cambridge.
It is expected to be in effect until Monday.
Massive traffic jams have forced some towns to close down or restrict public transportation, and the state is still struggling to figure out how to manage the crisis.
The Boston area has been hit hard by the drought.
Mass-transit service in the area has seen delays of more than two hours, and thousands of Bostonians have taken to social media to share their frustrations.
In Worcester, hundreds of people took to Twitter to share pictures of traffic jams and water shortages.
Worcester has had traffic jams for a long time.
We need to take advantage of this emergency order and get to work to solve our traffic problems,” a Worcester resident tweeted.
In Boston, the region was hit especially hard.
MassDOT issued a water advisory for all businesses in Boston and surrounding neighborhoods on Wednesday.
It also issued a public health advisory, saying people should avoid using any water or cooking equipment while at work.
MassBay Health officials also issued the following warning: “In the event of an emergency in the Boston metropolitan area, MassBay Health recommends that patients and their families not consume water or drink any liquid for at least 72 hours.
If you have concerns about your own health or safety, seek medical attention.
“MassDot has issued its own emergency water order for Boston.