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New Website hosted by Bryan Norcross and Max Mayfield.
      #74781 - Sun May 13 2007 09:17 AM

You cant go wrong with Max Mayfield and Bryan norcross to of the best.

Prominent forecasters launch 1-stop storm help on Web.

Two of the nation's most prominent hurricane forecasters are launching a new crusade to help Americans deal with storms and other disasters -- and they hope to enlist recruits during this week's major hurricane conference in Fort Lauderdale.

''This may be the most important thing I've ever done,'' said Max Mayfield, former director of the National Hurricane Center in West Miami-Dade County.

He and television forecaster Bryan Norcross are developing an Internet clearinghouse for preparedness and post-disaster advisories issued by government emergency managers in South Florida and around the nation.

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