What information does the government use to post a hurricane watch?



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    The governments weather division is called the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) uses radar collected from satalites, and has a special plane that they fly out in the ocean to collect more data. The plane collects data on wind speed and direction, pressure, temperature and humidity which weather scientists analyze to determine the likelihood of a hurricane happening. 

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