I don't want any hurricanes coming near Louisiana's precious coast, but those tropical systems fascinate me. I found ways through my years of being in the public information business to get the information the experts look at, even if I can't interpret or understand it. If you are a member of the unofficial "Tropical Weather Geek Society," here are a few places you may want to save to your favorites.
We are right in the height of the 2016 hurricane season and with tropical waves, depressions and storms popping up it seems almost every week, residents of the gulf coast should be prepared with the basic supply kits.
Can you believe that Joyce and Toni are on this year's hurricane name list? Nothing strikes fear in the hearts of coastal dwellers like a Hurricane Gordon would. We have got to help! What names would you use?
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Tropical Storm Don is blowin' and goin' in the center of the Gulf of Mexico, but for the moment, he doesn't seen inclined to head toward Southwest Louisiana. Of course, tropical systems change their minds pretty quickly when they feel like it.
It's time for the season, and past time to be prepared in advance, but there's help, and it's FREE.
The HURRICANE GUIDE is available now at the Gator 99.5 Studios at 900 North Lakeshore Dr. and at anywhere you see Gator 99.5 on location!
The guide contains the best and most up to date information, GREAT supply lists for shopping (what to buy and save), emergency phone lists for before and after th