Ever wondered who to call when the storm drain starts to flood your street, how you can facilitate historic preservation, or what ways you can support your neighborhood Dallas ISD campuses? You can answer these questions and more on Saturday during the annual Dallas Homeowners League Boot Camp. The event held from 8:15 a.m. to […]Read More
UPDATE: Things just got real. The Weather Channel is in Dallas, according to Robert Wilonsky. WFAA meteorologist Steve McCauley is saying that according to his readings, tomorrow evening’s weather could very well spawn a few tornadoes. “Obviously, it is impossible to predict where a tornado will touch down this far in advance,” McCauley said in […]Read More
I love what Trulia manages to do with a little data. This company is consistently making the best tools that break down statistical information, helping homebuyers decide which areas best suit their needs.
Their newest tool, the Natural Hazards heatmaps, are perfect for seismophobics, potamophobics, brontophobics, and pretty much any other weather-related phobia you can think of. With data from the USGS, FEMA, NOAA, and the Forest Service, Trulia has created color-coded models showing which areas pose the greatest risk for these natural disasters.Read More