National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
An organization of the Department of Commerce, NOAA is composed of the National Ocean Service, National Weather Service, National Marine Fisheries Service, National Environmental Satellite Data, and Information Service, and Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research.

The National Hurricane Center
NHC maintains a continuous watch on tropical cyclones over the Atlantic, Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and the Eastern Pacific from May 15 through November 30.

FEMA | Tropical Storm and Hurricane Watch Information
This site from The Federal Emergency Management Agency contains the latest information on 1999 storms as well as a guide to hurricane preparedness that can be downloaded.

Red Cross Disaster Services | Hurricanes
Red Cross advice on what to do if a hurricane approaches.

The American Red Cross Hurricane Center
How to help, what to do, where they are.

Disaster Relief
Worldwide disaster aid and information.

Eye of the Storm
Eye of the Storm is a Baltimore, MD based non-profit (501 c(3)- Pending) Organization dedicated to providing information and resources for displaced victims of hurricanes as well as the general public.

CNN: Storm Center
Includes the latest information on 1999 storms, hurricane tips, and a hurricane probability map.

Weather.com
The official site of The Weather Channel.

1900 Storm
This site is a service of The Galveston County Daily News, in conjunction with the Galveston 1900 Storm Commemoration Committee.

State of Texas Web Site | Texas Counties | Galveston
More information on Galveston, Texas from the Texas Department of Information Resources.

Galveston Historical Foundation
Includes a list of local attractions and a calendar of events.

Galveston.com
Galveston, Texas Travel & Visitor Guide offering hotels, restaurants, events, attractions, arts, entertainment, museums, and real estate.


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