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Ginger Walker
Emergency Management Specialist Planning and Business Continuity

UH Community Should Take the Time to Understand Storm Surges

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Houston, Feb. 4, 2015 — It's never too early for the University of Houston community to start preparing for the upcoming hurricane season.

With hurricanes comes storm surges, one of the most dangerous parts of a hurricane.

Learn more about them by watching this newly released video from the National Weather Service.

Additional resources can be found at National Hurricane Center - Storm Surge Resource Website, the National Weather Service and the University of Houston's Office of Emergency Management. Be prepared Coogs!


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