very entertaining...science correct not so much. hurricanes don't push water anywhere, they lift it with low pressure and winds coming in from all sides to the center. the air rises cools and spreads out at 40plus thousand feet. as soon as the storm passes the water drops back to where it was. I think the pushing water come from when they make landfall and water rising moves over the static land seemingly pushing it...interestingly enough if a hurricane is approaching a low lying coast the water on the left of center of the storm's eye a few miles away gets lower!