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Experimental Storm Surge Products - 2007 (Text)


Beginning June 1, 2007 and continuing through November 15, 2007...the National Weather Service is seeking user feedback on Experimental Probabilistic Storm Surge Products associated with hurricanes.

The NWS will generate these experimental products when the official forecast of the National Hurricane Center calls for a hurricane to make landfall within 24 hours along the Atlantic or Gulf Coasts of the continental United States.


View the experimental Probabilistic Hurricane Storm Surge page.


To provide comments and feedback on the experimental products, please use the online survey and comment form.

Please visit our informational pages on hurricane storm surge to learn more about this danger during a landfalling tropical cyclone.


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