Hurricane Hollow 2008 Hurricane Preparedness Week

The mission of Hurricane Hollow Weather is to inform and educate the public about the dangers of hurricanes and provide knowledge which can be used to prepare before the storm threatens. This information can be used to save lives at home, at work, on the road, or on the water. The Key is to be Aware, and to be Prepared for the next Hurricane.

History has taught us that a lack of hurricane awareness and preparation are common threads among all major hurricane disasters. By knowing your vulnerability and what actions you should take, you can reduce the effects of a hurricane disaster. The 2008 Hurricane Preparedness Week will be held May 25th through May 31st. We will be hosting "Hurricane Hollow's Hurricane Awareness Week" Internet Broadcasts each evening beginning at 8PM/ET on WRBN.Net with your host Barometer Bob Brookens and special guests.

Scheduled Guests:

Sunday May 25 - Lew Fincher, from HurricaneConsulting.Net. You have seen him on the History Channel special about "Isaac's Storm" the 1900 Galveston Hurricane.
Monday May 26 - Jamie Rhome, Hurricane Specialist at the National Hurricane Center.
Tuesday May 27 - Bob Breck, Chief Meteorologist from WVUE-TV - Fox 8 in New Orleans, LA.
Wednesday May 28 - Stay tuned who my guest will be.
Thursday May 29 - Eric Blake, Hurricane Specialist at the National Hurricane Center.
Friday May 30 - Leslie Chapman-Henderson, Director of FLASH.Org.
Saturday May 31 - Spokesperson from the American Red Cross.

Hurricane Hollow's Eye on the Storm June 1st Broadcast

I will have special guests, callers and you can join us in Storm Chat!

My guests include:
Spokeperson from 511 the Traffic Information Portal.
Gary Padgett, from the Tropical Cyclone Summeries.
And more! Stay tuned for more information on the 8 nights of broadcasts from WRBN.Net!

Come join us at StormChat IRC room. During the big storms, there is a lot of action, news and updates in the real-time chat. Chat with the experts and amateurs alike.

IRC - StormChat!

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