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    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration defines the Atlantic Hurricane Season as running from June 1st to November 30th. For those living in areas that might be impacted by storms this season may spawn, keeping up on weather forecasts and storm tracks is important. There are several Windows Phone apps available in the Store to help you keep abreast of these severe weather events.
    For this week's Windows Central roundup, we are going to highlight a few of top rated apps to help you keep track of hurricanes forecasts and potential tracks. Bear in mind that there is a cornucopia of weather apps available in the Windows Phone Store. This roundup is focusing on weather apps that are either specific to hurricane tracking or have features that will be helpful in keeping informed on these systems.
    If we have overlooked a Windows Phone app that you have found useful during hurricane season or any other time the weather looks a little frightful, feel free to sound off with your recommendation in the comments below. The experts are saying this hurricane season's activity is likely to be below normal with very few major storms. Let us hope they are right.

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    06-13-2015 09:42 AM

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