A Kinder, Gentler 2006 Hurricane Season
Many experts had predicted that the 2006 hurricane season would be devastating. But the storms never reached the number or intensity of those dire predictions.
Kerry Emanuel, author of Divine Wind: The History and Science of Hurricanes, talks with Alex Chadwick about why the storm season was milder than widely expected.
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