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Open Data Response for Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael made landfall along Florida’s northeastern Gulf Coast the afternoon of Wednesday, October 10th. This storm has been called the most powerful hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland in nearly 50 years, as it slammed into the Florida Panhandle as a Category 4 hurricane. Life-threatening storm surge and winds…

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Response Data for Typhoon Mangkhut

The Philippines is evacuating thousands of people, deploying soldiers and positioning emergency provisions as Super Typhoon Mangkhut threatens more than four million people in the north of the country. Mangkhut — stronger than Hurricane Florence, which is currently lashing the US East Coast — is expected to make landfall on…

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Response Data for Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence is battering the coast of the Carolinas, bringing strong winds and heavy bands of rainfall. The National Hurricane Center is tracking this massive storm, which is bigger than the state of North Carolina. The winds for this storm are nearly 400 miles wide – which is the roughly…

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