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The storm surge is the deviation of the observed storm tide from the expected astronomical tide. Some authors (Pore, 1970) have differentiated between storm surges generated by hurricanes and extratropical cyclones, however this difference appears to be a function of magnitude of intensity rather than storm type. Four factors are generally considered in the generation of storm surges. These are: 1) the wind set-up, that is the stress of the wind blowing over the sea surface piles water up alongdoi:10.4138/1897 fatcat:clos6slbargjnllsqcyyu3pysi