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On-Demand Webinar
2023 Drought & Wildfire Outlook

Large portions of North America appear to be in for a hot, dry summer with plenty of potential for wildfires.
But, how hot? How dry? And how much fire danger? And are there any bright spots?
We’ll break it down in our 2023 Drought & Wildfire Outlook
  • We’re seeing severe drought from Nebraska to West Texas. Is there any good news about drought?
  • A hot summer is on tap for Texas. Will there be enough electricity to keep the A/C running in the Lone Star state?
  • Fire season in western Canada is off to a ferocious start. How long will the fires burn?
  • Parts of the southwest U.S. are already experiencing high fire danger. Who else in the western U.S. will be in danger this summer?

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Featured Speakers

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James Aman
Senior Meteorologist
AEM/Earth Networks

As a senior meteorologist at AEM, James Aman has served under AEM’s Earth Networks brand in various capacities since 1995. Prior to that, he served as an industrial meteorologist for Weather Corporation of America, as an on-air weather voice for radio stations in the Midwest, and as a weather observer for international airports in St. Louis and Washington, DC. James received his Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology from St. Louis University.

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John Benedict
AEM/Earth Networks

John Benedict has been a member of AEM’s meteorological operations team since 2019. Before that, John was an aviation meteorologist for Universal Weather and Aviation in Houston, Texas, where he supported private and corporate aviation interests. John holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Atmospheric Science from East Carolina University.

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Molly Robinson
AEM/Earth Networks
Molly Robinson joined AEM’s meteorological operations team in 2021. In her role as an AEM meteorologist, Molly develops forecasts and provides real-time weather support to a wide range of clients. Molly is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Meteorology and Atmospheric Science.