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Amid tornado wave, experts expect active hurricane season

Season 2024 Episode 149 | 6m 41s

A wave of tornadoes cut brutal paths of destruction through many towns over the weekend, killing at least 21 people, including two children. Some experts say this tornado season is looking like the most active since 2017. Geoff Bennett discussed what’s happening now and the concerns as hurricane season approaches with Jeff Berardelli, chief meteorologist at WFLA News in Tampa.

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