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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

Experimental Peak Storm Surge Forecast
Peak
Surge

WPC Rainfall Potential thumbnail
U.S. Rainfall
Potential

WPC Flash Flooding Potential thumbnail
Flash Flooding
Potential

SPC Tornado Potential thumbnail
U.S. Tornado
Potential

Storm Surge Probabilities

Google Maps Interactive | Static Images

National Hurricane Center Interactive Storm Surge Probabilities

Interactive Display

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Interactive PSURGE Map Legend

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Historical Data:
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NHC all storms
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About this product:

Description:  This application shows the overall chance that storm surge heights including tides will be greater than a user selected number of feet above ground level (AGL) during the 3 days after issuance. The graphic is based upon an ensemble of Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model runs created using the current National Hurricane Center (NHC) official hurricane advisory. Storm surge probabilities depend on the historical accuracy of NHC's forecasts of hurricane track, and wind speed, and an estimate of storm size. We invite you to click Tropical Cyclone Storm Surge Probabilities to learn more about this product.

Backup Availability and Archive:  In the event NHC has difficulty creating the storm surge images, the Meteorological Development Laboratory's Probabilistic Hurricane Storm Surge website maintains the same information. An archive of storm surge products is also available from the MDL website.