Early Signs Point to an Active Hurricane Season Ahead

FPREN - Early Signs Point to an Active Hurricane Season Ahead
Courtesy of the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network

From the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network (FPREN) – Scientists say this year’s Atlantic hurricane season could be more active than normal but stress the role uncertainty plays 60 days out.

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