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VERDE (Visualizing Energy Resources Dynamically on Earth) addresses the need for real-time status updates of the national electrical grid and critical energy sectors. VERDE takes advantage of over $3 million in research and development funded by the Department of Energy and the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency. Features include status updates of the U.S. electrical grid in real-time, energy framework integration, real-time weather and other data points, grid behavior modeling, and extreme contingency analysis.
Almeria Analytics Launches its VERDE app
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As of November 2, Typhoon Yutu, is currently a tropical storm over the northeastern South China Sea and moving very slowly to the northeast. A hostile environment will likely cause Yutu to lose its low-level circulation and be declared a tropical rainstorm by Saturday. The projected impact zone highlighted in red. About 35 million people […]
On Nov 2 Hurricane Oscar is weakening and is caught in a trough of low pressure passing to the north. and will soon be an extratropical storm. Ex-Oscar is expected to pass between Iceland and the UK on Saturday. Follow at www.aaverde.com. You can download the #VERDEapp at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/verde-almeria-analytics/id1364098791?mt=8 and join with a highly discounted […]
As of November 1, Typhoon Yutu, is currently a tropical storm over the northeastern South China Sea and moving very slowly to the northeast. A hostile environment will likely cause Yutu to lose its low-level circulation and be declared a tropical rainstorm by the end of the week. There will be impacts later in the […]
As of November 1, thanks to the remnants of former hurricane Oscar heavy rain will move into Scotland from the west later Friday evening and persist through much of Saturday. The impacted area is shown in red and consists of: Central, Tayside and Fife, Highlands and Eilean Siar, Southwest and Lothian Borders, and Strathclyde. Rainfall […]
On Nov 1 Hurricane Oscar is weakening and is caught in a trough of low pressure passing to the north. Oscar is entering the cold waters of the North Atlantic’s tropical cyclone graveyardand will soon be an extratropical storm. Ex-Oscar is expected to pass between Iceland and the UK this weekend. Follow at www.aaverde.com. You […]
On October 31, flooding in advance of the weekend storms have primarily impacted the Neuces River (Blue dots). Approximately 524,000 are in the impacted watersheds and power outages are expected to reach over 10,000 homes.
As of October 31, A strong typhoon blew across the northern Philippines on Tuesday. Typhoon Yutu weakened considerably from its earlier super typhoon status before slamming into the northeastern Isabela province. The storm weakened crossing the Sierra Madre mountain range and then westward through the Nueva Vizcaya, Benguet and La Union provinces. Yutu’s sustained winds of […]
Hurricane Oscar peaked as a Category 2 hurricane with 105-mph winds on Tuesday morning over the central Atlantic, and is weakening. Oscar continued to be a small but well-formed hurricane, with a solid ring of heavy thunderstorms forming an eyewall. Oscar is caught in the steering flow of a trough of low pressure passing to […]