If the city of Miami takes a direct hit from Hurricane Irma, losses could reach $200 billion
Here’s our first comparison of the flood footprint with the FEMA flood maps
A look at Hurricane Harvey from a Houstonian’s perspective
Only 15% of people in Harris County, which is home to the city of Houston, carry flood insurance.
Hurricane Harvey is the first Category 3 hurricane to hit the country in almost 12 years
The small town of Acton, California was significantly impacted by flash flooding yesterday.
Tropical Storm Cindy, the second tropical storm of the season, is expected to make landfall either tonight or tomorrow morning.
Heavy rainfall in the Midwest reached such levels that levees were overtopped and breached, leading to even more flooding.
Recent flooding in the Midwest illustrates how areas at risk of flooding are not covered in the FEMA flood mapping program.
Currently the U.S. National Flood Insurance Program is $24 billion in debt.
By Ross Stein and David Jacobson, Temblor Check your flood risk Click here for english version Al final de la semana pasada, lluvias torrenciales en Colombia terminaron en deslizamientos …
The flooding in Colombia over the weekend was likely influenced by active faulting in the Colombian Andes.
The significant flooding is due to El Nino conditions off the coast of Peru.
California is considering leaving the National Flood Insurance Program in favor of a state-run program.
Flooding in San Jose has forced the evacuations of thousands of residents, with no timetable on when they will be allowed home.
Most of the areas which have flooded have a 10% chance of flooding every decade.
Even though Hurricane Matthew has long departed the eastern seaboard, various parts of the East Coast are still suffering from record flood conditions not seen since Hurricane Floyd in 1999.
By Gabriel Lotto, Temblor Check your hazard rank in Temblor Hurricane Matthew is bearing down on Florida, prompting governments to declare states of emergency and forcing millions of residents to …
Answer: They are the ‘one percent.’
By Gabriel Lotto, Temblor The Louisiana floods, which have killed 13 people and damaged 40,000 homes, were the result of severe rainfall that drenched the Baton Rouge area. As much …
By Gabriel Lotto, Temblor Rivers are beginning to recede after several days of devastating flooding in Louisiana. On Tuesday, we showed how FEMA’s flood maps did a pretty good job …
By Gabriel Lotto, Temblor This weekend, record-breaking rainfall in Louisiana and Mississippi caused extreme flooding in the region. As of this posting, eight people have died and over 30,000 have …