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Host Robert Brookens weekly Internet Radio broadcast LIVE every Thursday night beginning at 8PM/7C from Hurricane Hollow Weather located in Northeast Florida on the Weather Radio Broacast Network.
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Tim Samaras on Barometer Bob Show - February 9, 2006
This is an exerpt of the broadcast with my guest Tim Samaras.
Tim passed away, along with his son Paul and his friend Carl Young due to a tornado in the El Reno, OK area May 31, 2013.
I wanted to share this with all of you! He will be surely missed!
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Distinguished Service Award Recipient at the 2013 National Hurricane Conference
March 4, 2013
We are pleased to announce that Robert Brookens, President of Hurricane Hollow Weather, and host of the Internet Broadcast, the Barometer Bob Show, will be presented with a Distinguished Service Award at the 2013 National Hurricane Conference. The award will be presented during the conference, Tuesday, March 26 at 1:50 p.m....
Hurricane Hollow's Eye on the Storm Each hurricane season Hurricane Hollow Weather broadcasts when a tropical cyclone threatens land.
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June 21, 2011 Petswelcome.com (www.petswelcome.com) and Hurricane Hollow Weather (www.hurricanehollow.com) are proud to announce a joint venture,
H.E.L.P. For People and Pets, which stands for Hurricane Evacuation Location Planning for People and Pets. The goal of...
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There was a guest for this show but I discussed a number of items, heard from Slamdaddy in MS and Hurr in Miami.
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There were some video issues. So only a portion of the show is available.
My guest was Lourdes B. Avilés, author of the new book "Taken by Storm, 1938". The book is a historical account of the 1938 Long Island Express Hurricane. To be published on the storm's 75th anniversary (Sept 21), this compelling history successfully weaves science, historical accounts, and social analyses to create a comprehensive picture of the most powerful and devastating hurricane...
My guest was Greg Padgett, he is currently the Regional Preparedness Liaison at FEMA Region IV in Atlanta, Georgia.
Is your family, your employer or your business prepared for a disaster? Listen to the show to learn what FEMA is doing to help you be prepared.
It's September and that means National Preparedness Month! Go to READY.GOV to learn more! We spoke about the Tropics,...
My guests were: Justin Pearce, film maker, Air Force Reserve Media specialist with the 403rd Hurricane Hunters. It is the 8th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Justin made a documentary "Katrina Diary". We will talk about the film, his experience with Katrina as well as other hurricanes he has flown into. My second guest was, Mike Obinski photographer and storm chaser. Mike lives...
The Tropics. We are now moving into the "Mean of the Season" the most active part of the hurricane season. Join me as I talk about the Tropics.
I spoke with Kendra Reed from KDRMedia.
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