Predicting the 2006 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Hurricane season officially begins June 1. Scientists are predicting as many as six major hurricanes this year. Could we see another Katrina? Ira Flatow leads a discussion.

Guest:

Gerald Bell, lead forecaster for NOAA's Seasonal Hurricane Outlook Climate Prediction Center, National Weather Service.

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