Spring is always a turbulent time for weather with heavy rains, late-season frosts, hail, and flash floods. In 2024, the World Meteorological Organization predicts El Nino to continue through early spring, exacerbating extreme weather events such as heavy rain and flooding.
With varying conditions throughout the season, it is necessary for public and private organizations to build awareness around multiple scenarios to secure infrastructure and develop necessary response plans.
On this webinar, join AEM’s meteorological team for their perspective on the 2024 spring weather forecast, based on their analysis of climatological trends. Then learn how public sector emergency response experts utilize weather data to develop response plans ahead of the season. Our experts will also share how real-time information sources like weather statements and sensor data along with event detection tools help them respond to weather hazards quickly and confidently.
AEM, Dataminr, the Utah Division of Emergency Management, and the Illinois Emergency Management Agency and Office of Homeland Security will discuss:
- Response plans to keep employees and communities safe from weather-related hazards
- How to use AI and related technologies to accelerate the detection of weather-related hazards
- The range of publicly available information sources that can help you manage your response to developing weather events