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  • Race is on to record Hurricane Irma's storm surge

    A field team from USGS is racing time to document the storm surge from Irma that slammed the Keys. They are tracking high water marks from Key West to Key Largo, trying to get an accurate read of the surge since sensors often fail during a storm's peak or miss places.

Race is on to record Hurricane Irma's storm surge

A field team from USGS is racing time to document the storm surge from Irma that slammed the Keys. They are tracking high water marks from Key West to Key Largo, trying to get an accurate read of the surge since sensors often fail during a storm's peak or miss places.
Emily Michot Miami Herald