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Predicting the 2006 Atlantic Hurricane Season

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Predicting the 2006 Atlantic Hurricane Season

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Predicting the 2006 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Predicting the 2006 Atlantic Hurricane Season

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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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