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Wednesday, June 19, 2024 | 1 p.m. Eastern Time
Summer 2024 Weather Outlook:
What It Means for Drought, Fire, and Water Supply 

This summer is going to be a hot one.
Across North America, temperatures are expected to range from somewhat to significantly above average. That carries consequences.
Find out where it’s going to be drier than usual and what that means for the drought, wildfire, water supply outlooks across different regions in the U.S. and Canada. And learn more about the macroscopic weather and climate drivers behind it all. 

•    How hot will it be? 
•    Which areas will be drier or wetter than usual? 
•    How does the precipitation outlook line up with the drought outlook? 
•    And what does it all mean for fire weather and water supply? 
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Featured Speakers

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James Aman
Senior Meteorologist

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
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.
Dan Rupp
Before joining AEM’s meteorology team in 2019, Dan Rupp forecasted the weather for a variety of companies, including WJET-TV in Erie, PA, KSAN-TV in San Angelo, TX, and Cirrus Weather Services. Dan received his Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from the Pennsylvania State University.