Hurricane Tracking With Power BI

Chris Albrektson has updated his hurricane tracker to watch Irma:

Here’s a (SQL) to the Power BI Hurricane tracker that I did last year for Hurricane Matthew. It’s not 100% perfect but it gets the job done. It should update every couple of hours, enjoy. Stay safe my fellow Floridians.

Click here to see the live report

Check it out.

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