Monthly Archives: November 2013

When Mother Nature shows no mercy

Typhoon Haiyan. A name now synonymous in history books with the Great Bhola Cyclone, Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy. The Category 5 storm set the world record for the most powerful typhoon or hurricane ever to make landfall with wind speeds of 195 mph, and was more than 300 miles wide. This super typhoon, as […]

One Year Later: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Superstorm Sandy

This time last year, millions of people along the East Coast were recovering from the destructive effects of one of the costliest storms in United States history – “Superstorm” Sandy. Considered the deadliest storm of the 2012 hurricane season, Sandy showed our country and economy just how susceptible we were to flooding, power outages and […]