With higher populations, hurricane pl...

With higher populations, hurricane plans to change in Coastal Georgia

There are 1 comment on the SavannahNow story from May 1, 2012, titled With higher populations, hurricane plans to change in Coastal Georgia. In it, SavannahNow reports that:

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.

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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.

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