Gene Hafele

Head Meteorologist, National Weather Service's Houston/Galveston Office

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Meteorologist-in-Charge of the National Weather Service's Houston/Galveston Office

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As the south coast of Texas is cleaning up after  Hurricane Dolly , the southeastern coast and part of Louisiana are threatened by  Tropical Storm Edouard .

Tropical Storm Edouard Develops in the Gulf of Mexico

As the south coast of Texas is cleaning up after Hurricane Dolly , the southeastern coast and part of Louisiana are threatened by Tropical Storm Edouard .

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