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Raymond Tanabe

The Central Pacific Hurricane Center director believes preparedness is key to weathering disasters

By Mark Coleman

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 14, 2012

~~<p>Raymond Tanabe calls himself a weather geek, which is fitting since he&rsquo;s director of the Central Pacific Hurricane Center, which provides hurricane forecasts and promotes disaster preparedness as well.</p>
<p>This past week has been especially busy for Tanabe, since the center has been taking part in a number of public activities marking the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Iniki, which killed six people and destroyed or damaged thousands of homes on Kauai.</p>
~~

Raymond Tanabe calls himself a weather geek, which is fitting since he’s director of the Central Pacific Hurricane Center, which provides hurricane forecasts and promotes disaster preparedness as well.

This past week has been especially busy for Tanabe, since the center has been taking part in a number of public activities marking the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Iniki, which killed six people and destroyed or damaged thousands of homes on Kauai. Login for more...



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