Dennis Feltgen

National Hurricane Center

Guest

Spokesman for the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida; former meteorologist at the National Office of the National Weather Service

Dennis Feltgen on KCRW

Even before  Hurricane Irene  hit the Carolinas, evacuations were underway as far north as New York and New Jersey.

Emergency Preparations Ramp Up as the Northeast Waits for Irene

Even before Hurricane Irene hit the Carolinas, evacuations were underway as far north as New York and New Jersey.

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The first major hurricane of the season is bearing down on the US.

Watching Hurricane Irene

The first major hurricane of the season is bearing down on the US.

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Dean  is the first big hurricane of the season.  It has battered Jamaica, and is moving toward Mexico. Texas Governor Jim Perry says he’s not taking any chances.

Mexico Braces for Dean, First Major Storm of the Season

Dean is the first big hurricane of the season.  It has battered Jamaica, and is moving toward Mexico. Texas Governor Jim Perry says he’s not taking any chances.

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