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Disaster Experts Say Public Needs Hurricane Education

Two of the country's top disaster experts on Wednesday challenged emergency managers and forecasters from Texas to Maine to help educate coastal residents and developers about hurricane hazards.

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Atlantic Hurricane Season Slower than Predicted [AUDIO]

We may be feeling the effects from Tropical Storm Karen this week, but overall, this year's hurricane season has been much quieter than was predicted.

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Flickr User Ashpags
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2013 Hurricane Season – Tips to Stay Prepared

The most dangerous point of hurricane season is approaching. It’s important to be prepared to make sure you are ready for a hurricane that may hit your area. Planning for an emergency ahead of time could increase your chances of safety. Here are some tips to help you be prepared for a potential hurricane this season.

 

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Mark Wilson, Getty Images
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“Above Normal” Hurricane Season Expected [AUDIO]

It's the news residents at the Jersey Shore have been dreading, 2013 is expected to have an above normal hurricane season.

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Hurricane Season Worries Christie [AUDIO]

There's no rule that says the Garden State can't get hit again this year by a storm like Sandy.

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Hurricane Season May Be Costly Again [AUDIO]

Hurricane season is underway, and a new report finds millions of homes are at risk of flood damage through the season's end.

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Satellite image of Superstorm Sandy provided by NASA
Satellite image of Superstorm Sandy provided by NASA ( NASA via Getty Images)
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US vs. European Hurricane Model: Which Is Better?

When forecasters from the National Weather Service track a hurricane, they use models from several different supercomputers located around the world to make their predictions.

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NOAA Issues 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Forecast
Kathryn Sullivan, Director National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) gives the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season outlook. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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Officials Predict Another Active Hurricane Season [AUDIO]

The Atlantic hurricane season begins again June 1st, and ,unfortunately, for Sandy-weary New Jerseyans, the predictions are not good.

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Hurricane Outlook: Another Busy Atlantic Season

Get ready for another busy hurricane season, maybe an unusually wild one, federal forecasters say.

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Mid Atlantic Coast Prepares For Hurricane Sandy
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Weather Service Looks at Hurricane Warnings

The National Weather Service is considering changing how it issues hurricane watches and warnings.

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