It's been nearly a decade since a hurricane hit Florida-- the LONGEST time between storms in state history. But, it only takes one to turn everything upside down. The start of the season is still two months away, and already, forecasters and emergency crews from across the country, are preparing. Meteorologist Rebecca Barry is joining us now live from Orlando, where this year's National Hurricane Conference is underway. Rebecca, what's been the focus so far? 3 3 3 00-0613-1641-46Dennis Feltgen Public Affairs Officer and Meteorologist for NOAA06:06:46:25 "it's emergency managers, national hurricane center employees.... .... Everyone's trying to get on the same page for the upcoming hurricane season."Fritz Wilson Executive Director of Southern Baptist Disaster Relief 06:11;55:00 the thing about the conference that's really good....... Not trying to figure out who you should be talking to."Conference attendees spent today in classes like Hurricane Preparation for Coastal Communities and Social Media and Disaster Recovery. One thing nearly everyone is talking about is El Niño... Dennis Feltgen Public Affairs Officer and Meteorologist for NOAA06:07:32:07 "you're going to be hearing a lot about El Niño...... We don't want anyone to think it would be a tame season that couldn't be farther from the truth then pick up at "It doesn't matter if there are 50 storms or 1... ... So you need to get ready now" Rebecca, do you know what's planned for the next few days of this conference?