The Weather Channel’s viral demo shows ‘worst-case scenario’ of storm surge

The Weather Channel’s viral demo shows ‘worst-case scenario’ of storm surge


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With storm surging warnings along the North Carolina coast proliferating, The Weather Channel used a tool known as “immersive mixed reality technology” video, to show viewers how that surge might affect a typical neighborhood in a “reasonable worst-case scenario…”

Read Full Article; The Washington Post (09-14-2018)

How Did The Weather Channel Make This Hurricane Graphic? Inside Edition Youtube (09-14-2018)

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