A couple of weeks ago we set up a server that allows you to view the NOAA’s post Hurricane Matthew aerial imagery in Google Earth. The imagery comes from the NOAA’s map, which provides the data in tiles. For more on how tiled maps work see this post.
To see the results, download this KML file.
It is not perfect, and you will notice the imagery shift slightly north or south as you zoom in. This is because the tiles are in the Mercator map projection which stretches the map in the north-south direction, especially towards the poles. However, this effect is less significant as you zoom in.