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Mike Efferson, forecaster National Weather Service New Orleans office, consults weather data at the Hercules well blowout command post in Houma, La. The NWS New Orleans' office briefs the Coast Guard on weather information during emergency situations. Photo courtesy of NWS New Orleans.



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Date Taken:09.03.2013

Date Posted:09.03.2013 11:51

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Location:NEW ORLEANS, LA, USGlobe

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