With higher populations, hurricane plans to change in Coastal Georgia

May 1, 2012 Read more: SavannahNow
If a hurricane threatens the Savannah area, emergency managers will have to call for evacuations earlier than ever before, researchers said at the Chatham Emergency Management Agency Hurricane Conference Tuesday. Read more

Toronto, Canada

#1 May 9, 2012
... Citing a developing El Nino weather pattern, forecasters say it will be a calmer than average season.

The Colorado State University team in April called for 10 named storms, with four of them becoming hurricanes.

The National Hurricane Center issues ... Comment ?


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