Webinar: Amperon's mid-summer weather 2024 update

Dr. Mark Shipham, Amperon’s Chief Meteorologist, thinks this summer's hurricane season is forecasted to be like no other due to the warm ocean conditions and the absence of vertical wind shear in the atmosphere. The U.S. could experience even more record-breaking temperatures over the next few months.

Hurricanes, heat waves, and more extreme storms add stress to a grid that is already under strain due to the retiring of thermal generation plants and the unpredictability of renewables. When your risk management strategy depends on accurate weather forecasts, you’ll want to watch the recording of to our mid-summer weather update. He covers:

  • When La Niña is expected to get stronger
  • The updated outlook for air and ocean temperature records
  • What a above-normal hurricane season will look like
  • Early predictions for winter weather

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