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The Monster Surge That Wasn't: Why Irma Caused Less Flooding Than Expected
by Henry Fountain and Brad Plumer
The New York Times Translate This Article
11 September 2017
On 11 September 2017 The New York Times reported:
Across coastal Florida, the dreaded storm surge from Hurricane Irma -- caused when ferocious winds pile up ocean water and push it onshore -- was not as bad as forecast. While some areas were hard hit, notably the Florida Keys and Marco Island, residents of neighborhoods north to Fort Myers, Sarasota, and Tampa Bay were expressing relief. That bit of good fortune was the product of some meteorological luck.
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