(WTNH) - The start of hurricane season is less than a month away, and Storm Team 8 is working hard to keep you prepared!
Storm Team 8 Chief Meteorologist Gil Simmons, Meteorologist Joe Furey and Meteorologist Ashley Baylor in partnership with meteorologists from our sister station, WPRI in Providence, showcased the Hurricane Hunter aircraft, spoke to the National Weather Service and provided information about what you can do to get ready for the 2019 hurricane season.
June 1st marks the start of Atlantic hurricane season running until November 30th and preparedness ahead of the season can help save lives as well as property.
Interactive Hurricane Tracker:
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- Connecticut OKs dozens of hemp grower licenses for pilot
- Meghan and Harry release Father's Day photo of baby Archie
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