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Nov
08
2013

Hazard Highlights

Super Typhoon Haiyan Check out the image above to see PDC Active Hazards and Rainfall 7-Day Accumulation (inches) centered on Super Typhoon Haiyan, then look below for more information on Haiyan and potential impacts. Pacific Disaster Center is supporting response to Super Typhoon Haiyan, known as Yolanda in the Philippines, which is currently impacting Southeast …

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Oct
31
2013

Hazard Highlights

Severe Weather in Europe and Typhoon Krosa Check out the image above to see PDC Active Hazards and Surface Air Temperature worldwide. The surface air temperature layer is updated every three hours using data from the Global Forecast System. Then look below to learn more about the severe storm in Europe and Typhoon Krosa. Severe …

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Oct
24
2013

Hazard Highlights

Fires in Australia, Eruption in Ecuador Check out the image above to see PDC Active Hazards and Sea Surface Temperature worldwide. The Sea Surface Temperature layer is updated daily with data from satellites, ship reports, and buoy observations. Then look below to learn more about recent wildfires in Australia and volcanoes in Ecuador. Australia Wildfires …

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Oct
17
2013

Hazard Highlights

Earthquakes and Typhoons in Asia Typhoons in Asia Asia was affected by three different tropical cyclones last week. In India Typhoon Phailin (located on the far left of the image above) made landfall on October 12. In preparation for its arrival, an estimated 600,000 people were evacuated from Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. Parts of India …

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Jul
18
2013

PDC Global Flood Survey

Flooding in the Northern Hemisphere! Flooding continues around the world! In India about 5,360 people were reported missing and approximately 580 dead due to flooding in the state of Uttrakhand.  Rainfall continued in the region over the past weekend (DMD). Heavy rainfall over Guatemala caused flooding and landslides in the Huehuetenango, Quiché, and Izabal departments …

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