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November 17, 2017

Webinar Recording Available: Mapping Restoration in Hurricane Season 2017

The last several months have been described as a “hyperactive” hurricane season, as one of only six years on record to feature multiple Category 5 hurricanes. The United States was first rocked by Hurricane Harvey, which was then quickly followed by Hurricanes Irma, Maria, and Nate. Altogether, the storms caused a total of 13 million… Continue reading

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October 26, 2017

New KUBRA Webinar – Mapping Storm Restoration in Hurricane Season 2017

The 2017 Hurricane season holds the distinction of being one of only six years on record to feature multiple Category 5 hurricanes. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma left more than 6.5 million customers without power across the Southeast, and Hurricanes Maria and Nate followed closely behind. Maria left a wake of destruction and almost complete darkness… Continue reading

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September 14, 2017

Customers Visit Outage Maps 3.6 Million Times, Receive 1.3 Million Alerts During Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma affected a wide swath of land in the Atlantic, as it first swept through many of the Caribbean Islands before moving through the length of Florida. The massive storm covered almost the entire Florida peninsula and turned into a tropical depression as it passed north through Georgia. The storm made landfall in the… Continue reading

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September 8, 2017

Utilities Communicate with Customers Ahead of Hurricane Irma

As Hurricane Irma turns from the Caribbean Islands and makes its way north, Florida has been rapidly preparing for anticipated widespread damages and power outages. Although the hurricane is currently a Category 4 storm, it is predicted to increase to a Category 5 hurricane by the time it makes landfall in Florida this weekend. After… Continue reading

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September 5, 2017

KUBRA Strengthens Resources in Advance of Hurricane Irma

Right on the heels of Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma has transformed into a Category 5 storm and is expected to hit the Caribbean islands on Wednesday, September 6, according to CNN. The storm is one of the strongest storms to hit the Atlantic, and currently has maximum sustained winds of 185 mph. Although the path… Continue reading

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