Hurricane Dorian could impact the ‘entirety of Florida’ when it makes landfall as a monster storm!
Barry has strengthened to a Category 1 hurricane, according the latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center.
The maximum sustained winds have increased to 75 mph, with the center of the storm located 40 mph south of Lafayette, Louisiana. Landfall is expected within the next few hours along the Louisiana Coast.
BARRY GETS A LITTLE STRONGER AS IT NEARS THE LOUISIANA COAST
DANGEROUS STORM SURGE, HEAVY RAINS, AND WIND CONDITIONS
EXPECTED ACROSS THE NORTH-CENTRAL GULF COAST
Disaster relief bill stuck in the House following GOP lawmaker’s objection…
Serious Threat of Flooding to Continue Into This Weekend From Texas to the Lower Mississippi Valley
Join us at the Robert Bullivant Gallery opening reception ‘California Dreamin’ on Friday, May 3, 5:30pm – 8:30pm, featuring extraordinary portraiture, vistas, and details from the Golden State each exquisitely rendered in Black and White tones utilizing historical and modern print processes including Tin-Type, Silver Gelatin and Archival Pigmented Ink. A chance drawing will support charities benefitting the victims of the 2018 fire in Northern California.
Photographs by Kira Bucca, shot for Hope Heroes NFP, of our outreach to Puerto Rico post Hurricane Maria.
Disaster Relief From Crypto… Last fall, not long before Hurricane Florence ravaged North Carolina, our team at NeedsList was scheming with folks over at MakerDAO on how to allow the deployment of cryptocurrency to support local response to rapid-onset disasters. We launched a fund through which individuals and companies could donate Dai, MakerDAO’s stablecoin soft-pegged to the U.S. […]
THE RECORD-SETTING FLOODS deluging the Midwest are about to get a lot worse. Fueled by rapidly melting snowpack and a forecast of more rainstorms in the next few weeks, federal officials warn that 200 million people in 25 states face a risk through May.
Widespread flooding continues in eastern Nebraska and the Nebraska Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) continues operations at the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC), supporting local flood response and recovery efforts.