Post-Tropical Cyclone Irma SitRep 9-12-17

 (0900Z)

This information is marked TLP White – Subject to standard copyright rules, TLP: WHITE information may be distributed without restriction.

Please note that all NH-ISAC employees are safe.

 

Quick Look:

  • Irma is now a Post-Tropical Cyclone and will continue to weaken and move northwestward throughWednesday.
  • Moderate to locally heavy rain in the Mid-South and Southeast will move into the Ohio Valley and Middle Atlantic byWednesday. Some of the heavier rainfall may produce flash flooding.
  • All storm surge warnings and tropical storm warnings have been discontinued.
  • Weather in the Southeast will be conducive for recovery operations in hard hit areas.

SITREP

  • Reported power outages

o    Florida: 5.11 million customers

o    Georgia: 1.19 million customers

o    North Carolina: 65,000 customers

o    South Carolina: 220,000 customers

  • Most airports in Florida scheduled to open and resume flights today
  • Looting remains a concern for both residents and first responders
  • Everyone should be aware of scams such as Phishing and Vishing activity as well as opportunistic attacks

o    Verify your intended charitable contribution

 

Links of interest:

FEMA NBEOC Dashboard: https://fema.connectsolutions.com/nbeochurricaneirma/

NOAA National Hurricane Center: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/graphics_at1.shtml?cone

FEMA (Hurricane Irma): https://www.fema.gov/hurricane-irma

U.S. Department of Transportation (Emergency): https://www.transportation.gov/emergency

Florida Division of Emergency Management (Irma): http://www.floridadisaster.org/index.asp

Florida Department of Transportation: http://www.fdot.gov/

Florida Traffic Information (511): http://www.fdot.gov/

CDC- After a Hurricane: Key Facts About Infectious Disease

https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/hurricanes/pdf/infectiousdisease.pdf

CDC – Flood Water After a Disaster or Emergency

https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/floods/cleanupwater.html

FEMA Flood tips

https://www.ready.gov/floods