It’s that time of year, when small towns in the Midwest make headline news for the trailers that get upturned. One of my favorite data visualization referatory sites, ChartPorn (unfortunate name, guys) , recently posted an overview of maps and data analysis sites for info back into the mid 20th century. I explored one of these sites further and came across NOAA’s National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center. This is a nice collection of GIS-ready data for those of you who want to make your own maps.
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