How a Colorado company helped track Hurricane Florence
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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According to Reuters, since Hurricane Florence hit land it has taken the lives of 40 people. The National Weather Service warns of rivers continuing flooding in North and South Carolina. Around 8,000..