Ministry of Tourism Launches Bahamas Weather Conference Web Channel
Session highlights from Thursday include:
Colorado State Universityoutlook for the 2009 Atlantic Hurricane season calls for 12 named storms, 6 hurricanes and 2 major hurricanes.
- NHC Director
Bill Readand Max Mayfielddiscussed the Saffir-Simpson scale and the addition of new storm surge warnings to better advise the public on the threat of storm surges. Max Mayfieldprovided a simple outline for developing a family disaster preparedness plan and visual tour of what should be in everyone's disaster kit.
Members of the media and weather enthusiasts can access these stories and more at www.bahamaswxconference.com. Each story can easily be embedded on other Web sites or shared directly from the Web channel. In addition, broadcast-quality copies of the stories can be ordered on the site and all content is available free of charge. Videos will be posted daily throughout the conference, which runs through
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