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As of 1200 sept 18 the Hurricane Florence flood zone extends throughout North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia with the waters not likely to recede before the weekend. Although much of the rain has stopped, there wwll still be a little time before most areas north of Wilmington will crest. These layers can be followed […]
As of 1200 on Sep17, Mangkhut made a second landfall in Guangdong, China’s most populous province before heading west into Guangxi province. More than three million people have been evacuated. The decision to evacuate followed reports that Hong Kong was hit by winds of up to107 miles per hour) and gusts of 138 mph. Across […]
As of 1200 on Sept 17, Hurricane Florence and its remnants are forecast to follow a similar track as Hurricane Hellene which will be entering the UK later this evening. Tropical Storm strength winds and heavy rains are expected for Dublin and Edinborough from both storms arriving approximately one week apart. These layers can be […]
As of 1200 on Sept 17, the Florence flood zone continues to see rising water with up to another inch of rain expected throughout the region. More than half of the estimated 1.2 million customers are still without power as the floods have denied access to key nodes for restoration activities. These layers can be […]
As of 2000 on Sept 14, Super Typhoon Mangkhut landfell in Northern Luzon. Hurricane Florence was twice the size of Hurricane Hugo, but Mangkhut is twice the size of Florence. More than 30 million people will be exposed to hurricane level winds, about half in Luzon north of Angeles City and half in China. These […]
Tropical Storm Olivia made landfall a second time on Wednesday as it crossed Hawaii with heavy rain and strong winds. The National Weather Service says the storm came ashore the second time in the northeast corner of Lanai island. Earlier that morning, it made landfall on the windward coast of the west Maui mountains. 10,000 […]
By overlaying drought areas with the Hurricane Florence impact area, the north Central SC area SE of Charlotte may be better situated to absorb the multiple feet of rain from Hurricane Florence. These layers can be followed in real-time for Almeria Analytics members by downloading on your phone at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/verde-almeria-analytics/id1364098791?mt=8
As of 2000 on Sep 14, the key transmission node to restoring bulk power into the impact zone is the Belews Creek Steam Station, a 2.24-GW, two-unit coal-fired generating facility located on in Stokes County. We will monitor its condition as the Florence remnants curve to the north through the weekend. These layers can be […]