Google crisis map keys on Sandy

10 thoughts on “Google crisis map keys on Sandy”

    1. You know more about hurricanes than I do. Tornadoes I understand. And when they say winds of 80, 90, 100 mph, I have a good idea what’s happening. But all that water, tides, etc. With the media’s penchant for exaggeration and dramatization, it’s hard to know what to make of it.

  1. That is so cool! There’s another site that I use a lot. It’s open source and I still think it’s a beta. But I never have any problems with it. But it provides a lot of history for reference, and there’s a bunch of stuff I haven’t even checked into yet. I like to see the current radar and temps, then I’m pretty much done. Here, check it out:

... and that's my two cents