GIS & Live Maps for Hurricane Irene

New Jersey is in the path of Hurricane Irene. The last time a hurricane actually made landfall in New Jersey was the 1903 Vagabond Hurricane. The mandatory evacuations are underway (NJ OEM) and to my knowledge, it is the first time the Garden State Parkway has instituted contraflow traffic (NJTA, PDF). Below are links to several trackers and GIS resources to keep you up-to-date on the storm.

If you have any additional sources for maps or data, please share them in the comments.

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1 Response to GIS & Live Maps for Hurricane Irene

  1. beth says:

    This is very scary…
    Earthquake and now hurricane.
    Give us strength.

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