Hurricane season starts today, and the USGS Lower Mississippi Gulf Water Science Center is committed to collecting and providing the most up-to-date information before, during, and after the storms that are sure to come our way. When a hurricane or tropical storm is approaching, accurate and timely storm data is crucial in making good decisions regarding personal safety and property protection. We maintain an extensive network of data collection platforms (DCP) on or near the coast that gathers critical hydrologic and meteorological data, and we make this data available in near real-time on our NWISWeb web site.
The Google Maps interface provided below shows the locations of our coastal sites. clicking on the marker for a particular site will show you a link to our NWISWeb pages where you can see the current and past data for that site.
For more hurricane-related information and links, check out our Hurricane Information web page. This page contains links to USGS hurricane-related publications and web pages, as well as links to hurricane data from other agencies.
NOTICE: References to non-U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) products do not constitute an endorsement by the DOI. By viewing the Google Maps API on this web site the user agrees to these Terms of Service set forth by Google.