Alabama, Georgia and Florida Tornadoes | Geomni Updates

Storm Update

Storm Watch  

A powerful series of tornadoes spawned across Alabama, Georgia and Florida over the weekend. Among the hardest hit was Lee County, Alabama, where an EF4 devastated the community.

March 8, 2019 

Geomni has completed its aerial imagery capture of additional areas, now including Georgia and Lee County, Alabama. All imagery is available via the Web Viewer to help support restoration efforts. If you need help getting access, please reach out to your Verisk account executive. 

These tornadoes affected a wide area across several states, and it takes enormous effort to respond quickly. We'd like to thank everyone on our aerial imagery capture team who worked tirelessly responding to this event and ensuring that our imagery was published to Geomni Web Viewer as fast as possible.

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March 7, 2019 

Aerial imagery capture missions continue in the Southeast. Today, Geomni published imagery from Eufaula, Alabama to the Web Viewer.

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March 6, 2019 

Geomni has been actively flying over the areas impacted by the eight tornadoes that touched down in Alabama, Georgia and Florida in an effort to help support the recovery and restoration process. The first sets of imagery have been published and show devastating levels of damage. Below is an image from Tallahassee, Florida.

Aerial imagery capture missions are ongoing, and we will update this post more post-CAT imagery becomes available.

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March 4, 2019 

Geomni's aerial imagery capture team is currently flying over Lee County, Alabama in the aftermath of the powerful tornadoes to assess the damage. Stay tuned for further updates regarding imagery capture and processing.  

March 3, 2019 

A band of powerful tornadoes touched down across the Southeast. Lee County, Alabama saw the most devastation after an EF4 tornado struck, and apparently saw back-to-back tornadoes within the span of one hour. Many residents had as little as a five-minute warning before the first tornado swept through. 

Geomni has been heavily monitoring the situation in the South. The fleet is mobilized and ready to conduct aerial imagery capture once it is safe to enter the area.

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