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Even seeing the many reasons we're showing you for why the National Hurricane Museum should be built, we know you will donate for your own reasons.

Maybe you know someone impacted by one or more storms. Maybe you were moved by the slow response you saw when lives were being lost. Maybe you realize how our coastal environment is changed every time a hurricane comes ashore. Maybe you can see the need for a Center to exist to educate and inspire your children.

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2 weeks 4 days ago
A free webinar on hurricanes will be offered to grades 4 - 6 on May 10 at 10:30 a.m. EDT. Register here: https://t.co/ZKpVrB1SvT
16 weeks 6 days ago
Rumor has it that Hog Island near New York vanished because of a hurricane in 1893. Here's what really happened: https://t.co/5TTLWDWSXu
17 weeks 4 days ago
#Hurricane names Matthew & Otto have been retired, and will be replaced by Martin & Owen. https://t.co/kmoSJazG2d
17 weeks 6 days ago
The return of El Nino is looking more & more likely - that means a less active hurricane season for U.S. https://t.co/Ciex63Xn15
18 weeks 2 days ago
The NHC is changing the forecast cone to help you better understand the impact of a particular storm where you live. https://t.co/1cYhaPqYYD
18 weeks 4 days ago
This animation by NASA follows Hurricane Isabel (2003) from its birthplace in East Africa, to the United States. https://t.co/YY29HKFBcq
18 weeks 6 days ago
NOAA put 170 years of hurricane history into one interactive site. If you're really into maps, this is for you: https://t.co/pbGU6gzAwJ
19 weeks 2 days ago
Here's 5 changes coming to the way the NHC reports on #hurricanes this season. https://t.co/Y6H1u1Zk00
19 weeks 3 days ago
#DYK A hurricane makes “landfall” when its center, not its edge, crosses the coastline.
20 weeks 2 days ago