Lawmakers and hurricane researchers have expressed concern about the condition of NOAA’s Gulfstream IV-SP high-altitude jet nicknamed “Gonzo,” which was forced to abort its message and return to its Lakeland base Monday. It was the third aborted or scrubbed mission of the Hurricane Hunter craft in eight days, the Washington Post reports.

Source: Washington Post

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