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Publications and Resources for Hurricanes and Tropical Systems

Hurricanes and tropical storms that affect North Carolina normally form in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of western Africa between the months of June and November with the peak season occurring in early September.  The strength of hurricanes is rated by the Saffir-Simpson Scale.

Below are links to websites and other resources for hurricane preparedness:

NOAA’s Hurricane Preparedness website

NWS Online Weather School – Tropical Cyclone

NOAA’s Historical Hurricane Tracks Tool

“Be Prepared, Be Safe” Video

“Get Ready North Carolina!” video

Below are useful publications:

 NOAA – Tropical Cyclones

Hurricanes – Unleashing Nature’s Fury – NOAA

Hurricane Preparedness Fact Sheet – FEMA

Preparing Pets

Hurricane Season & Flooding – FEMA

Inland Flooding Caused by Hurricanes – FEMA

Be Red Cross Ready – Returning Home After a Hurricane or Flood

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