Posted by on July 26, 2016 4:36 pm
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Full Indicator Record

Grade Date Headline Source
LOW 22 Apr 2017 88,000 blacked-out in San Francisco [SFGate]
LOW 30 Mar 2017 Severe weather knocks out power to 200,000 Texans [The Watchers]
LOW 22 Mar 2017 230K lose power across Georgia and Tennessee [The Watchers]
LOW 21 Mar 2017 Microsoft Outlook hit by another global service outage [Zero Hedge]
LOW 12 Mar 2017 Windstorm knock out power to 120,000+ western NY homes [US News & World Report]
MOD 10 Mar 2017 60 mph winds knock out power to tens of thousands in Wisconsin [US NEws & Wordl Report]
MOD 09 Mar 2017 Windstorm cuts power to more than one million in Michigan [The Watchers]
LOW 08 Mar 2017 AT&T outage affects 911 mobile calls nationwide [ABC]
LOW 07 Mar 2017 Microsoft services including Outlook, Hotmail and Xbox are down across the world [Manchester Evening News]
LOW 07 Mar 2017 How a viral tweet overwhelmed the Nation’s 911 call centers [Select All]
LOW 03 Mar 2017 Widespread service outages on Verizon, MetroPCS , T-Mobile and AT&T [Dahboo77 YouTube]
LOW 28 Feb 2017 Massive internet outage sweeping East Coast [BGR]
LOW 20 Feb 2017 Severe storm leaves nearly 40,000 without power in San Antonio [Yahoo]
LOW 13 Feb 2017 Weather Service suffers ‘catastrophic’ outage [Washington Post]

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