Hurricane Hanna to make landfall along Texas Gulf Coast

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Storm Activity: 7/24/2020 – 7/25/2020
Hurricane Hanna formed this morning after strengthening overnight, and is expected to make landfall along the Texas Gulf Coast as a category 1 storm. Hanna may produce heavy rains across portions of southern Texas which could result in flash flooding. Storm surge flooding is also likely.

In the Pacific, Hurricane Douglas is weakening as it approaches the Hawaiian Islands, where high surf, heavy rain and damaging winds are expected. Douglas is currently a category 2 storm.

Tropical Storm Gonzalo remains a small storm as it moves through the Windward Islands, and is expected to reach Trinidad and Tobago today.

Follow the quick links to assess the impact in EigenPrism:

EigenPrism users can also open the impact report for each event to see all quick links in one report:

  • Open the impact summary report – Hanna, Douglas, Gonzalo
  • or, search for the “SAMPLE [Storm Name] 2020 Forecast Impact Summary” on the EigenPrism home page
  • then click Manage > Copy to select your workspace and save with your own exposure

Please note, as report templates are frequently updated, you can refresh the report by changing the Analysis Date. See instructions here.

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