Weather-related Hazards Key

Texas Hazard Mitigation Package (THMP)

Users may access the Hazard Pages by clicking on a hazard category below

1. Hurricanes (including Tropical/Subtropical Storms)

2. Coastal Erosion

3. Tornadoes

4. Floods

5. Other Storms (thunderstorms, hail, ice, snow, etc.)

6. Outdoor Fires

7. Drought

8. Extreme Temperatures


Each hazard category is organized into the following sections:

Summary Data:
Data layers of hazard occurrences summarized by county

Detailed Data:
Data layers of hazard occurrences by actual location (if possible), hazard risk zones, and other significant data used in identification and quantification of hazard risk

Other Maps and Data:
Hyperlinks to digital geographic data or map services not hosted on this Site, but may be useful in mitigation planning for that particular hazard

Other Hazard Info:
Hyperlinks to hazard-specific resources not hosted on this Site to enhance the understanding of that hazard



Each hazard category contains data layers within the Summary Data and/or Detailed Data section. These data layers provide the following information:

Data layer:
Name that appears on Map Viewer
Content:
General description of Data Layer
Map:

How data is displayed (mapped) and hyperlink to Map Viewer

Note: Users may alternate between Map Viewer and Hazard pages/Base Map pages using the navigation menu

Use Notes:
How the data may help identify or quantify hazard risk
Hyperlink to Metadata (data about data)

Hyperlink to Zip file for downloading
...Download Utility for more advanced options

Source:
Hyperlinks to the source (developer) of the Data Layer and access tips