The 30th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew comes up this August. You know we’ll talk about that this season, and it’s the 10th anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. There is STILL so much to learn from both those events. As there is with every big disaster. The unimaginable rain from Harvey, the morning the flood walls toppled in Katrina. The assault on Louisiana by Ida and stunning events caused by its remnants in the Northeast. And, of course the extreme winds in Dorian, Maria, Michael, and other rapidly developing storms of the last several years. We’ve got a lot to talk about. There is new science just coming along, and new techniques for measuring the atmosphere around, inside, and under hurricanes. I’ll be talking with the brightest minds in tropical meteorology, and I’ll bring my experience to the discussion, as we talk all-things hurricanes. We’ll talk to experts that know about that. Why is the El Niño/La Niña phenomenon in the Pacific seemingly stuck on La Niña? Which has meant more strong Atlantic hurricanes. How does the apparent onslaught of hurricanes lately compare with the hyper-active periods of the past. Plus, we’ll talk about what’s happening right now. We’ll try to sort out the sometimes confusing signals that Mother Nature sends on how strong or concerning a developing storm might be.