The “Tropical Weather Outlook,” which people look to every morning during hurricane season, tells what forecasters think a swirl of wind will become two days hence — tropical wave, tropical storm, hurricane, or history.
This summer, the National Hurricane Center says, it’s considering predictions not just two days out but five days.
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Eliot Kleinberg, who is at the National Hurricane Conference in New Orleans this week, first began covering hurricanes for The Palm Beach Post in 1987. He spent weeks in 1992 reporting on the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, which devastated the Homestead area.