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The Storm Surge Wind damages, the storm surge kills!Still image:
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Keywords:   Waves & Surf, Weather Explanations, Hurricanes, The sea, Weather Forecasting, Storm Surge
Asset ID: 5307
Title: The Storm Surge
Concept: Wind damages, the storm surge kills!
Detail: The greatest threat in coastal areas during landfall is the storm surge. The surge is an actual elevation of the level of sea produced by wind forces and lower barometric pressure near the center of the storm, not just high waves. Even a minor hurricane may elevate the sea level by several feet. Hurricane Camile (1969) assaulted the Gulf Coast with storm surges of 20 to 25 feet, upon which were super imposed breaking waves of 15 feet or greater. More than 6,000 homes were destroyed, and 30,000 severely damaged. Over 175,000 people were evacuated from the path of Hurricane Camile. One shutters to speculate on the number that would have died had they remained on low lying coastal zones that were totally flooded. Those staying for hurricane parties - died. The storm surge along the Mississippi coast during Katrina is believed to have reached to 32 feet. Nothing was left.

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