By Jayme Kunze
There's no denying that New England has had its share of memorable tropical storms and hurricanes in the last few years.
As the region keeps a wary eye on the ocean through yet another hurricane season, Patch is offering New Englanders a chance to talk all things hurricanes with National Weather Service meteorologists Gary Conte and Glenn Field during a live lunch chat, Wednesday, Aug. 14.
So if you're curious to see how storms of the past stack up in the history books, or if you'd like a heads up on what could be ahead for the region this hurricane season, please join us for the discussion from noon to 12:45 p.m. Wednesday.
Conte and Field are warning-and-coordination meteorologists in the New York and Massachusetts National Weather Service offices.
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