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Registration for Storm Email Alerts by Basin

Registration is free and simple. You will receive email alerts for all tropical storms threatening LANDFALL based on the preferences you select below. Alerts are not issued if a storm does not threaten landfall. Please click here for an example email alert.

Please enter your personal information:

  Title (e.g. Mr/Ms/Dr) First Name Surname
  Company / Organisation Email Address

Please state your occupation or reason(s) for interest:

Insurance business Power and energy Banking and financial
Other business Government Academic
Humanitarian organisation Journalist Other

Please check the basin areas for which you wish to receive storm email alerts. You will receive alerts for the threatened country(s) and cities within each selected basin area:

All basin areas, or North Indian Ocean
North Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico South Indian Ocean
Northeast Pacific (including Hawaii) Southwest Pacific and Australia
Northwest Pacific and South China Sea

Please select your preferred storm risk level for TSR to start issuing you with email warnings. Alert/risk levels are defined by colour and determined by the forecast wind strength at landfall and its chance of happening. Please select one option only:

Green Alert (Low)* Yellow Alert (Elevated)* Red Alert (Severe)
Tropical storm strength TS winds (39mph 1-min sustained) forecast to strike land to between 31% and 50% probability. TS winds forecast to strike land to above 50% probability, or CAT 1** or above winds forecast to strike land to between 10% and 30% probability. CAT 1** (74mph 1-min sustained) or above winds forecast to strike land to above 30% probability.
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Selection of the 'green' or 'yellow' alert levels means you will also receive warnings for storms threatening landfall in the higher alert category(s).
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CAT 1 includes hurricane, typhoon, tropical cyclone and severe cyclonic storm strength (74mph, 119 km/h or 64 knots 1-min sustained).

Please select how often you wish to receive email alerts (when a storm is triggering and there is a change in forecast wind probability from the previous alert):

Every 6 hours or after each advisory update Every 12 hours Once a day

You will receive email confirmation of successful registration.      





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