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Drones to study hurricane 'Goldilocks Situation'

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May 27, 2014
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It's called the Goldilocks Situation -- some storms are too moist, some are too dry, and others -- are just right to quickly intensify. This summer, a new military drone will penetrate hurricanes to help solve a storm forecasting problem. (May 27) Video provided by AP


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