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34-knot Wind Speed Probability
Wind Speed
Probabilities
Earliest Reasonable Time of Arrival of 34-knot winds
Arrival Time
of Winds
Wind History
Wind
History
Google Maps API Warnings and Track Forecast Cone
Warnings/Cone
Interactive Map
Warnings and 5-Day Cone
Warnings/Cone
Static Images
Surface Wind Field
Warnings and
Surface Wind
Key Messages
Key
Messages

Mensajes Claves
Mensajes
Claves

Potential Storm Surge Inundation
Storm Surge
Inundation

Storm Surge Watch/Warning
Storm Surge
Watch/Warning

Experimental Peak Storm Surge Forecast
Peak
Surge

WPC Rainfall Potential thumbnail
U.S. Rainfall
Potential

WPC Flash Flooding Potential thumbnail
Flash Flooding
Potential

Storm Surge Watch/Warning Graphic*

Storm Surge Warning Testing

Storm Surge Watch/Warning Legend

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Product Description

For more official NWS tropical cyclone information, see hurricanes.gov. This graphic displays areas that are under a storm surge watch/warning. A storm surge warning indicates there is a danger of life-threatening inundation from rising water moving inland from the shoreline somewhere within the specified area, generally within 36 hours. A storm surge watch indicates that life-threatening inundation is possible somewhere within the specified area, generally within 48 hours. All persons, regardless of whether or not they are in the highlighted areas shown in the graphic, should promptly follow evacuation orders and other instructions from local officials.

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Storm surge is rising water moving inland from the shoreline, pushed onshore by the force of the wind. This storm surge watch/warning graphic identifies locations most at risk for life-threatening inundation from storm surge, displaying areas that qualify for inclusion under a storm surge watch or warning by the National Weather Service. Due to forecast uncertainty, the actual areas that experience life-threatening inundation may differ from the areas shown on this map. All persons, regardless of whether or not they are in the highlighted areas shown by the graphic, should promptly follow evacuation orders and other instructions from local emergency management officials.