Dan Sobien: Hurricanes challenge depleted National Weather Service

When two really big hurricanes approached the U.S., people all over were glued to weather reports. What they couldn’t see is what one group says is an agency partly hollowed out by vacancies. Dan Sobien, president of the National Weather Service Employees Organization, joining Federal Drive with Tom Temin from Florida on the state of the NWS.

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