Friday, October 4, 2013

Highest Surge Levels Observed along the Louisiana Coast This Morning

Storm surge levels were highest along the Louisiana Coast this morning, where water levels were at least 1.5 feet above normal in multiple locations. Water levels in East Texas, some portions of Louisiana and coastal Mississippi were generally 1-1.5 feet above normal. East of the Mississippi/ Alabama border, water levels were generally less than 1 foot above normal.

This map is an experimental product, which shows observed water levels as well as the track of the storm that produced them. I'd love feedback on this product! What do you like? What could be improved? Please send any ideas to:

Hurricane Hal

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