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Tropical Cyclone Storm Surge Probabilities (2 - 25 feet) (Text)


Updated 8 December 2010

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Example of 2 foot Storm Surge Probabilities during Hurricane Earl, 2010.

Example 1. Example of 2 foot Storm Surge Probabilities during Hurricane Earl, 2010.


Example of 5 foot Storm Surge Probabilities during Hurricane Earl, 2010.

Example 2. Example of 5 foot Storm Surge Probabilities during Hurricane Earl, 2010.

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