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November 30, 2010 / Dave Gorham

Winter Season Outlook Update [Free 20-min. Webinar]

Join us this Thursday morning for a free 20-minute webinar:  our first update to our 2010-11 Winter Season Outlook.

Fred Schmude

Following what’s been one of the most active Atlantic Hurricane seasons in recorded history, last month ImpactWeather hosted the first of four monthly winter season forecast webinars which was attended by more than 250 people.  Join us at our next briefing this Thursday, 02 December at 10:30CDT.  This short, 20-minute webinar will be followed by a Q&A and there is no charge to attend; feel free to forward this to anyone you feel might benefit from attending. Your host will be veteran hurricane and severe winter weather forecaster Fred Schmude, Manager of ImpactWeather’s StormWatch team.

Highlights of the webinar will include:

  • What do the global signals tell us about what to expect December thru February?
  • What clues do past years with similar patterns like this year tell us?
  • Specifically, what does the overall flow pattern look like for December?
  • What is the likelihood of a Nor’easter this month?
  • How likely will a hard freeze make it to the Gulf Coast this winter?
  • How much of the country will see a white Christmas this year?

Register here and we’ll see you on Thursday.

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