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The Extreme Heat of 2021 Highlights Escalating Public Safety Dangers

While extreme heat has dominated U.S. headlines this summer, the trend has been rising for more than 15 years. Discover how analytics and insights can help OEMs boost community resiliency.

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A Quick Guide to Restoring Power After a Storm (Step-by-Step; Quick Overview)

In some parts of the world, losing power regularly and even for days is a normal and accepted part of life. In the U.S., such a situation is unthinkable, but outages are becoming more common with the rise in extreme weather incidents. The following is a brief review of what steps are involved in the power restoration process?

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Typhoons or Hurricanes – Why the Difference?

A cyclone (Greek Kyklon, meaning moving in a circle, whirling around) is a general term used by meteorologists for a low-pressure system. These systems feed off the energy from warm seas in the tropics or subtropics. The rotation of the cyclone is counter-clockwise in the northern hemisphere and clockwise in the southern hemisphere.

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How Does Your Electric Company Plan For Severe Weather

Severe weather continues to be a major thorn in the side of utility companies, and climate change has only increased the challenges in recent years. The resulting power outages have a devastating effect, shutting down schools and businesses and even slowing down emergency services.

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Wildfire Crisis Leads to Bigger Investments in Fire Weather Forecasting

Wildfires have significant environmental and economic impacts, particularly in the western region of the U.S. where the typical wildfire season is becoming longer, primarily because of warmer springs and very dry summers, both of which contribute to drier soils and vegetation.

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2021 Hurricane Season Oil and Gas Market Outlook

Peak hurricane activity in the Atlantic is just a few weeks away. For oil and gas market participants, it’s time to take a serious and detailed look at how this is likely to impact markets.

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The Calm Before the Storm
Hurricane Outlook Still on Track For Active Season

While this year’s hurricane season has been quiet for the past few weeks, all signs point toward the season ramping up in the coming months and meeting the original projection in terms of number and strength of storms. While it is still not predicted to be as busy as last year’s hurricane season with its

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U.S. Weather Outlook Includes Stormy and Hot Days Ahead

Every year, DTN conducts a spring outlook webinar to help businesses prepare and plan for the upcoming season. Below is a brief recap of the spring and severe weather outlook and the potential impact on several of the industries we serve.

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