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How a Colorado company helped track Hurricane Florence

bizjournals Sunday, 16 September 2018 ()
As Hurricane Florence made its way towards the Carolinas, it lost some strength and was downgraded to a tropical storm, but the storm still caused massive flooding and surges. In the days leading up to landfall, people dealing with the storm were getting life-saving information - thanks in part to tech built in Colorado. Vaisala, a Finnish company with U.S. headquarters in Louisville, builds dropsondes, the weather reconnaissance devices used to track Hurricane Florence. The National Oceanic and…
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A Colorado couple planning to get married in the East Coast had to cancel their plans due to Hurricane Florence.

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