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GIC maintains Level 3 – Enhanced Monitoring for Tropical Storm Barry. The National Hurricane Center upgraded Potential Tropical Cyclone Two to Tropical Storm Barry today at the 11 AM Eastern update. Barry is expected to bring storm surge, rainfall, and wind hazards to the central Gulf Coast during next several days, including life-threatening storm surge inundation along the coast of southern and southeastern Louisiana where a Storm Surge Warning has been issued. The highest storm surge is expected between the Mouth of the Atchafalaya River and Shell Beach. A TropicalSEE DETAILS

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GIC is activated to Level 3 – Enhanced Monitoring for Potential Tropical Cyclone Two. The National Hurricane Center began issuing advisories on Wednesday 10-July at 10:00 AM Central for this storm. A tropical depression is expected to form later today or Thursday and could strengthen into a hurricane approaching the Gulf Coast by the weekend. Dangerous storm surge is possible in portions of southeast Louisiana, which is currently under a storm surge watch. Additional storm surge watches may be needed later today or tonight for further areas of Louisiana andSEE DETAILS

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In this 5-part blog series, we interview GIS and emergency management expert, Richard Butgereit, on the use of GIS technologies to improve catastrophe response. Improving Natural Disaster Recovery Efforts through GIS In part 2 of the 5-part blog series with Richard Butgereit, Director of Catastrophe Response, explained the role GIS plays in disaster preparedness and management. This week, we hear from Richard on the ways in which GIS and the Geospatial Intelligence Center’s partnership with the private sector improves recovery efforts, allowing communities to rebuild faster. Can you tell usSEE DETAILS

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In this 5-part blog series, we interview GIS and emergency management expert, Richard Butergerit, on the use of GIS technologies to improve catastrophe response. GIS Technology’s Impact on Disaster Preparedness & Response In last week’s blog post, we talked about the trend toward more frequent disasters across the country and introduced you to Richard Butgereit, our Director of Catastrophe Response. This week, we continue the conversation by diving deeper with Richard into how GIS technology is being leveraged to improve disaster preparedness and response. What role does GIS technology playSEE DETAILS

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GIC activated to Level 3 – Enhanced Monitoring on 8-June for monitoring wildfire conditions in the Central Valley and areas north of San Francisco in California. The National Weather Service has issued Red Flag Warnings & Fire Weather Watches to alert of the onset, or possible onset, of critical weather and dry conditions that could lead to rapid or dramatic increases in wildfire activity. Pacific Gas & Electric has shut off power Saturday to about 1,600 customers in Northern California and may do the same for thousands more to reduceSEE DETAILS

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