Wikipedia: Storm Surge
Hyperlinked article on the storm surge, a weather phenomenon often associated with a low pressure weather system such as a tropical cyclone.
USA Today: Storm Surge Adds to Hurricane Danger
Article and interactive graphic illustrating the hazards of storm surge flooding that includes information on how forecasters predict and prepare for surges.
Sea, Lake, and Overland Surge From Hurricanes (SLOSH)
Learn about the computerized model designed to estimate storm surge depths resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account a storm's pressure, size, forward speed, forecast track, wind speeds, and topographical data.
Storm Surge - FEMA Hurrican Hazards
Provides information on the causes and possible effects of storm surges, the high storm tides created by the force of the winds swirling around the tropical cyclones.
NOAA Tides Online
Monitoring storm surges generated by hurricanes and tropical storms. The NOAA site includes maps that pinpoint U.S. costal regions affected by storm tides.
Storm Surge: A Concern To Coastal Residents
Brief article with a video describing storm surges, the rising of the sea level due to the low pressure, high winds, and high waves associated with a hurricane as it makes landfall.
NOAA Extratropical Water Level Forecast
Access the data NOAA utilizes to predict and monitor storm surges. The manual includes a number of graphs and regional maps, pulling in data from monitoring stations around the U.S.