Agnes was an outlier for storms in 1972 (Part 4)

Hurricane Agnes was a very strong storm in a relatively calm season. It caused massive flooding through Maryland and Pennsylvania. WBAL-TV 11 Weather Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer talked with Chief Meteorologist Joe Calhoun at WGAL-TV, our sister station in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, about how Agnes was such an outlier for storms in 1972.

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