All eyes are focused on the East coast this week as Hurricane Sandy prepares to make landfall. Here are some great web resources to help you stay on top of the situation:
NOAA – StormCentral 2012 – Event: Sandy – Includes the latest advisories from the National Hurricane Center, satellite images, rainfall forecast graphics and tide and water level predictions.
USGS – Flood Information – Hurricane Sandy – In anticipation of the arrival of Hurricane Sandy, the USGS has deployed storm tide sensors real-time streamgages. View the Storm Tide Mapper for real-time map-based information, or view the list of affected streamgages.
USGS – Coastal Change Hazards – Hurricane Sandy – Learn how Hurricane Sandy could lead to dramatic coastal change through the erosion of beaches and dunes.
USGS – WaterWatch – Provides information about current and historical streamflow conditions.
NASA – Hurricane Sandy – Satellite observations and images of Hurricane Sandy from NASA.
What other resources do you use to stay informed about extreme weather events? Share in the comments.