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by John Tharp, on Jul 11, 2018 2:04:31 PM

After the past few days, to say that we are all profoundly relieved by the outcome of the cave rescue operation in Thailand would be an understatement. Tremendous credit is …

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Topics:WeatherOpsNewsFlood

by Daphne Thompson, on Jul 9, 2018 2:43:44 PM

WeatherOps is working alongside those handling the Thailand cave rescue operation to provide accurate weather support. High water has been a significant issue with the attempt to rescue 12 boys …

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by David Moran, on Jun 22, 2018 1:40:00 PM

Heavy rain fell over portions of southern and southeastern Texas earlier this week as tropical moisture streamed northward from the Gulf of Mexico, causing flooding across much of the region …

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Topics:RadarScoperainFrontierFlood

by Andrew Thut, on Jun 11, 2018 3:23:51 PM

Overnight storms in Philadelphia led to multiple inches of rain and a flash flood warning. So much rain fell that part of I-76 had to be shut down. Stranded cars …

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Topics:FloodGIS

by Daphne Thompson, on May 31, 2018 3:58:38 PM

While many may think of WDT as the parent company of WeatherOps forecasts or RadarScope, we are much more than that. We also work with all types of weather data …

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Topics:RadarScopeDevelopersTropicalFrontierFloodGIS

by Daphne Thompson, on May 29, 2018 3:21:38 PM

In 2016, Ellicott City, Maryland experienced a major flood when 6 inches of rain fell in two hours. Many buildings damaged in that flood had either recently been repaired or …

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Topics:FloodGIS

by Daphne Thompson, on Mar 20, 2018 3:15:35 PM

From tornadoes to floods, wildfires, and snow, this week will see it all. Spring is here, and the changing weather patterns mean that all types of severe weather are on …

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Topics:WeatherOpsTornadoSnowThunderstormFlood

by Daphne Thompson, on Jan 29, 2018 2:54:36 PM

Parts of France and Switzerland are currently under water after heavy rains caused the Seine, Rhine, and Rhone rivers to rise. The lower floor of the Louvre is at risk …

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Topics:FrontierFlood

by Daphne Thompson, on Dec 19, 2017 1:52:36 PM

As 2017 comes to an end, let's look back at some of the significant weather events we blogged or socialized about this year. From blizzards to wildfires to hurricanes, it …

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Topics:TornadoSnowHurricaneThunderstormWildfireFlood

by Daphne Thompson, on Nov 7, 2017 1:05:40 PM

Weather and climate disasters are occurring at an alarming rate in the US. Hurricanes, wildfires, drought, tornadoes; all can cause a catastrophic loss in a matter of seconds. But are …

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Topics:TropicalThunderstormDroughtFloodFeatured