Tropical Cyclone Forecast - Season 2022
June 7, 2022
Typhoon season in the West Pacific has started with the first typhoon Malakas followed by tropical storm Megi in April. What is the forecast for this 2022 seasons? How would the ongoing La Niña conditions affect the number of storms, their tracks and intensity? Across to the Atlantic, what is the story behind the predicted above average hurricane number? For vessels sailing in these basins with active storms, what would be some routing strategies in mitigating the risk?
Join Michael Krch, who has over 20 years of experience in meteorological operations including his time served as the officer in charge in Combat Weather Team from United States Air Force, to find out more.
The topic of how shore-based routing service may assist vessels to avoid encountering severe weather, causing dangerous vessel motions and potential cargo loss will also be discussed.
Title: Tropical Cyclone Forecast - Season 2022
Format: Zoom Webinar
Date: Jun 7, 2022 (Tuesday)
Time: 16:00 - 17:00 (HKT) / your local time
Duration: 1 hour
Asia Pacific Operations Manager
Managing Director - Greater China
Hong Kong Shipowners' Association