Meeting Archive:
2019 Hurricane Webinar

The start of hurricane season may be sneaking up on us, but there is still plenty of time to get your business and mindset hurricane-ready.

We invite you to attend our annual hurricane webinar hosted by Dr. Phil Klotzbach (Research Scientist with the Department of Science at Colorado State University) on Wednesday, April 10th at 3:00 PM EDT. This webinar is an exclusive opportunity to hear directly from Dr. Phil who will dive into the just-released 2019 Atlantic hurricane season predictions and highlight the potential risk for the United States and Caribbean. He will also touch-on the potential impacts that climate change may have played with hurricanes like Harvey and Michael and what role it may play in the future.

Don't miss out! Be one of the first to hear this highly anticipated forecast and learn why it's never too early to plan ahead.

 

Meeting Description:

The start of hurricane season may be sneaking up on us, but there is still plenty of time to get your business and mindset hurricane-ready.

We invite you to attend our annual hurricane webinar hosted by Dr. Phil Klotzbach (Research Scientist with the Department of Science at Colorado State University) on Wednesday, April 10th at 3:00 PM EDT. This webinar is an exclusive opportunity to hear directly from Dr. Phil who will dive into the just-released 2019 Atlantic hurricane season predictions and highlight the potential risk for the United States and Caribbean. He will also touch-on the potential impacts that climate change may have played with hurricanes like Harvey and Michael and what role it may play in the future.

Don't miss out! Be one of the first to hear this highly anticipated forecast and learn why it's never too early to plan ahead.

Details
Date: Wed, Apr 10, 2019
Time: 03:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Alison Van Bellinger
 Presenter Information
Dr. Phil Klotzbach
Speaker Photo

Dr. Phil Klotzbach is a Research Scientist with the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University.  He received his Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science from CSU in 2007 and has worked for the Department of Atmospheric Science since then.  He was co-author on the Atlantic basin hurricane forecasts with renowned hurricane forecaster, the late Dr. William Gray from 2001-2005.  In 2006 Dr. Klotzbach became first author on the seasonal hurricane forecasts.  He developed the two-week forecasts currently being issued during the peak months of the hurricane season, between August and October and has recently redesigned all of the statistical models utilized by the Tropical Meteorology Project to issue its forecasts.  Dr. Klotzbach continues to be a leader in his industry and helps individuals and businesses alike stay ahead of the storm.
 
Photo credit: Brad Doherty, Photo Editor, The Brownsville Herald