2006 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook
Officials talked about an updated “2006 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook” that reduced the number of major storm predictions,… read more
Officials talked about an updated “2006 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook” that reduced the number of major storm predictions, but continued to predict an above average number of major storms for the season. They also talked about hurricane preparedness and emergency contingencies in local jurisdictions.
Mr. Mayfield participated by satellite link from Miami. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Gerry Bell Meteorologist National Weather Service->Climate Prediction Center
- Conrad C. Lautenbacher Jr. Administrator National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin.
- Max Mayfield Director National Weather Service->National Hurricane Center
- R. David Paulison Director Federal Emergency Management Agency
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