Google releases first batch of post-Sandy imagery

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Google has just released some imagery of the northeastern United States post-Hurricane Sandy, and it includes many miles of shoreline in New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. The imagery is remarkably … [Read more...]

Tracking Hurricane Sandy in Google Earth

With Hurricane Sandy hitting the Bahamas and heading toward the United States, Google has set up their Crisis Response Map to try to help with the situation. The map includes various tools such as … [Read more...]

Google Earth A to Z: Weather

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Google Earth has a variety of built-in layers that give you some amazing ways to view the current weather around the world. Simply by turning on the [Clouds] and [Radar] layers inside of the main … [Read more...]

Tracking Hurricane Isaac in Google Earth

There are a lot of great tools online to help track storms such as Hurricane Isaac. Google Maps Mania listed a few, and James Fee posted a sizable list. Adding to the toolset, Google has now launched … [Read more...]

Tracking hurricane hunters in Google Earth

Over the years, we've shown you a variety of great ways to use Google Earth to track hurricanes. While much of that data comes from weather satellites, some of it comes from "hurricane hunters" that … [Read more...]

The Year 2011 in Google Earth

Google Earth had a tremendous year in 2011. Our most popular story of the year, by far, was from people searching for Osama bin Laden's compound in May. There was also quite a bit of interest in … [Read more...]

Google reorganizes the “Ocean” Layer

As Google continues to add more content to the various Layers in Google Earth, they often take time to reorganize things a little bit. This time it's the "Ocean" layer that's been somewhat shifted … [Read more...]

Tracking hurricane wind speeds in Google Earth

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Back in 2006, we showed you a tool from Jeremy Cothran at the University of South Carolina that provided a ton of near real-time weather data from various sensors around the southeastern United … [Read more...]

The damage from Hurricane Irene

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While Hurricane Irene didn't strike the United States with as much force as many had predicted, it was still a substantial storm that claimed 54 lives and did more than $10 billion in damage. GEB … [Read more...]

More tools to help track Hurricane Irene

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A few days ago we shared some tools to help you track Hurricane Irene in Google Earth. With the storm now bearing down on the east coast of the United States, we thought we've show you a few more … [Read more...]