Along the coast, storm surge is often the greatest threat to life and property from a hurricane. The powerful winds of a hurricane push the water into land and the sudden rise in sea level above normal tides can be deadly and destructive.
Interested in exploring the water level, wind, and wave impacts of a tropical storm?
The CERA Historical Storm Surge Archive contains more than 50 tropical storms from the past 20 years that can be analyzed, assessed, and downloaded with the CERA interactive web mapping tool.
You can go directly to the CERA Best Track Storm Surge Archive or use the select boxes below to explore a specific storm.