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This geocolor image from GOES-16 shows Hurricane Katia (l) Hurricane Irma (m) and Hurricane Jose (r) in the Atlantic Ocean on Sept. 7, 2017. (Satellite Photo from the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration)
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Hurricanes/Tropical Storms

Hurricanes are dangerous and destructive. Known also as cyclones and typhoons in other parts of the world, hurricanes cause high winds, flooding, heavy rain, and storm surges. Use the messages and graphics in this section of the toolkit to communicate with your audience before, during and after a hurricane or tropical storm. 


Approved Social Media Content

Feel free to tailor any of these approved social media messages to use locally on your platforms.

Hurricane/Tropical Storm Messages

Approved Graphics

The graphics provided here are to communicate about Hurricanes and Tropical Storms.

Last Updated: September 07, 2023
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