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On-Demand Webinar
2023 Atlantic Hurricane Outlook

After six consecutive seasons with above normal hurricane activity, and coming off the third-costliest tropical cyclone season on record, we’re anxious to see what the upcoming season has in store. 

Join our AEM Meteorology team for the 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Outlook. Drawing on climatological trends and our state-of-the-art machine learning model, the team will show what you can expect during the upcoming hurricane season.
  • How will the fading La Niña pattern and potential emergence of El Niño impact hurricane season activity?
  • How severe could this hurricane season be?
  • How many named storms, hurricanes, and major hurricanes should we expect this season?
  • Will the abnormally warm Gulf and Caribbean bring an active season for the East and Gulf coasts?

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Featured Speakers

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Matt Mehallow
AEM/Earth Networks
Matt Mehallow is a meteorologist who joined AEM/Earth Networks in October 2013. He is part of the 24/7 Meteorological Operations Department that not only supports various clients, but also consumer content, data quality review, and product meteorological support.
Rob Miller
AEM/Earth Networks
Rob Miller joined AEM/Earth Networks in November of 2022 as a meteorologist. Rob has over 20 years of forecasting experience, having forecasted for clients all over the world. Rob attended Pennsylvania State University and received a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology in May 2003. Rob has been forecasting the weather since then.
Fred Allen
AEM/Earth Networks
Fred Allen is a meteorologist who joined AEM/Earth Networks in September 2010.He has more than 15 years of forecasting experience and is an integral part of a fast-paced 24/7/365 AEM/Earth Networks Meteorological Operations Department. Fred is a proud graduate of the University of Massachusetts-Lowell.