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2018 Hurricane Season Could be Active Again, Forecasters Say

Following the historic 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season, join me on the journey of preparing for the next one. I'm reporting from the National Tropical Weather Conference in South Padre Island, Florida.  Feel free to chat with me and ask your questions (the tab on the right).

Note: Some content below is/was not published in sequential order as it happened, but rather edited for flow and summary purposes.


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