Rebuilding After the Storm

Rebuilding After the Storm

The forecasters at the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) were right. Back in May, NOAA forecasters predicted an above-normal 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, complete with two to four storms ranging from a Category 3 or stronger. Thus far, three hurricanes have exceeded that standard: Harvey, Irma, and Jose. After the winds die down and the […]

Hurricane Irma’s Threat Creates Uncertainty in Floridians [Video]

Hurricane Irma’s Threat Creates Uncertainty in Floridians [Video]

Hurricane Irma is moving closer to Florida’s coasts, representing the biggest threat to Floridians in decades and creating uncertainty over the population. At 8:00 p.m. ET, on Sept. 8, 2017, The National Hurricane Center reported that Irma’s southern eyewall, the region of the most destructive winds, was passing over the north coast of Cuba. By […]

Hurricane Harvey Dismantles Buildings and Creates Rampant Power Outages

Hurricane Harvey Dismantles Buildings and Creates Rampant Power Outages

Hurricane Harvey dismantled buildings and created rampant power outages in Texas, on Aug. 26, 2017. Entire communities were evacuated. Texans prepared for historic flooding. The Washington Post reported that the after effects of the storm could cause residents to leave their homes for an indefinite amount of time. Harvey gravitated inward after it poured down on the coast then […]

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