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Webinar: Nov. 3, 2021

How to Mitigate Operational Impacts from Severe Winter Weather Events

Event details

What

Webinar: Mitigate Severe Winter Weather Events

Where

Zoom

When

November 3, 2021

Webinar: How to Mitigate Operational Impacts from Severe Winter Weather Events

Join StormGeo for Webinar, "How to Mitigate Operational Impacts from Severe Winter Weather Events."

The impacts from winter storms can be devestating, at time causing greater economic impacts and business disruptions than a tropical storm. Yet, many organizations don't know how to prepare for forecasted winter storms. It doesn't help that winter storms have their own forecasting challenges, making it harder to predict the timing and severity to the same level of certainty as can be done with a hurricane.

Following the arctic outbreak in February 2021 "Winter Storm Uri", StormGeo received numerous requests from clients to help them prepare for winter storms in the same way they would prepare for a hurricane. In our upcoming webinar, "How to Mitigate Operational Impacts from Severe Winter Weather Events," we will discuss the critical information you need to better plan for an upcoming winter storm event.

Agenda:

Wednesday, November 3 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Central

Session topics include:

  • Winter weather outlook with recap from February 2021 freeze event
  • Winter weather risks and why you should prepare for these events with the same level of preparedness as tropical season
  • Early look at StormGeo's new winter weather solution
  • Objective guidance into best practices for applying winter weather data to decision making for marginal and severe events

 

If you do not see a registration form to the right, please contact lindsey.falconer@stormgeo.com to register for the webinar. You may also try a different web browser to see if that helps. 

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Key Speakers
rickscott

Rick Scott

Matias StormGeo v2

Matias Sich

FredSchmude bw StormGeo

Fred Schmude

Nathan StormGeo

Nathan Stanford