LEAD WELL Leadership Conference
LEAD WELL CONFERENCE
LEAD WELL CONFERENCE
Much of Eastern and Southern Kentucky is experiencing widespread flooding after a weekend of rainstorms across the mountains.
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In the late hours of Memorial Day May 27, 2019 an extremely strong storm system pushed through Ohio. As daylight came Tuesday morning, communities across the state were left reeling as they began coming to terms with the enormous scope of the destruction left in the storm's wake. Although only one life has been lost so far, there have been numerous injuries in addition to substantial property damage and an immense cleanup need.
The state of Nebraska experienced heavy flooding mid-March. Heavy rains mixed with dense snow pack resulted in historic flood levels as levies and dams across the region was overwhelmed.
The town of Fremont, located just 28 miles from Omaha, saw extensive road closures due to rapidly rising water levels. U.S. Highway 275 that runs between Fremont and Omaha was closed. Also, U.S. Highway 77 that runs north and south of the city had been closed, and U.S. Highway 30 running east and west of the city was closed.
On the heels of Florence, Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhand on October 10. Hurricane Michael was the third-most intense Atlantic hurricane to make landfall. It was the strongest storm on record in the Florida Panhandle and was the fourth-strongest landfalling hurricane in the United States, in terms of wind speed.
Hurricane Florence struck the Eastern Coast of the United States on September 13, 2018. The extreme size of the storm and relatively slow movement created incredibly dangerous conditions including massive storm surge, inland flooding, and wind damage - all resulting in an incredible threat to human life and the potential for untold property damage. Disaster Relief teams were immediately placed on alert with the anticipated response to the storm expected to take months.