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NHC on Twitter


The NHC presence on Twitter is a prototype to help decision-makers and the public receive notifications of the very latest on hazardous tropical weather systems. The addition of NHC's voice via Twitter services to the social stream is meant to enhance the ability of NHC and its partners to achieve their missions by building situational awareness, and allow for a broader reach of information to the public that it serves.

NHC has four twitter accounts:

U.S. National Hurricane Center (Director)

U.S. National Hurricane Center (Storm Surge)

This account enhances storm surge forecasts by providing real-time reports and observations during an event (resources permitting). The feed will enhance preparedness and outreach efforts throughout the year, and provide news and announcements on updates to the SLOSH modeling system and storm surge decision support tools.

U.S. National Hurricane Center (Atlantic)

U.S. National Hurricane Center (Eastern Pacific)

These two mostly automated accounts are used to update followers whenever NHC has issued one of the following products for that basin:

  • A public advisory regarding a tropical cyclone (TCP)
  • A tropical cyclone update (TCU)

Each tweet contains a link to access the corresponding product on the NHC website. NHC also can tweet a special message at any time.


Please Note: This is a prototype service - see http://www.weather.gov/sp/pns11twitter.htm for more information.

Disclaimer: This service may not be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Timely delivery of data and products from this service through the Internet is not guaranteed, and you should not rely on this service to make life-threatening decisions. Please read the full Disclaimer for more information.

Privacy: Please refer to the Twitter privacy policy for details on their privacy policy.

If you have questions or comments, please contact nhc.public.affairs@noaa.gov.



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