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Summer and Tropical Outlook Webinar 2024

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U.S. Outlook Highlights

This infographic provides a quick, at-a-glance overview of our 2024 summer outlook.

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The effects of summer can play a huge role for organizations across the U.S. From hurricanes disrupting electric power supply to extreme heat and drought raising wildfire risk, forecasting what to expect can make a big difference on your daily operations and planning efforts.

DTN meteorologists Stephen Strum and Nathan Hamblin share their regional summer outlooks and provide industry-specific planning advice for consideration including harvest expectations, supply chain logistics, live events, and more.


Summer and Tropical Outlook

April 24 | 11 a.m. CDT
If weather plays a critical role in your operations, tune in for our summer and tropical outlook. Hurricanes, thunderstorms, extreme heat, and drought contribute to the potential effects of summer. Discover where it’s most likely to heat up.

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Mid-Summer Outlook

July 24 | 11 a.m. CDT
We’ll review summer season to-date, discuss potential industry disruptions, and look ahead to the coming fall season.


Will this season look different than past winters? In 2023/24, the effects of El Niño were strong with more winter storms across the south, and far less snow and extreme cold across the northern U.S.

DTN meteorologists Stephen Strum and Nathan Hamblin will share their predictions for winter 2024/25 including industry-specific planning advice for power utilities, aviation, the Department of Transportation, and more.


Winter Outlook

October 23 | 11 a.m. CDT
If snow, ice, or extreme cold affect your operations, this Winter Outlook webinar should be on your calendar. DTN accurately predicted last year’s El Niño along with many unusual, out-of-the-ordinary effects. Find out what next season will bring.

Mid-Winter Outlook

TBD Jan 2025 | 11 a.m. CST
We’ll review what the first half of winter looked like, discuss potential extreme cold spells, and take a forward glimpse to the coming spring season.

Meet the Presenters

Stephen Strum

Stephen Strum

VP Extended Forecast Services, DTN

Stephen Strum has been focused on providing long-range forecasts for more than 20 years. He has extensive industry experience and even taught economic meteorology at Oklahoma State University in Tulsa for six years.

Strum holds a Bachelor of Science in meteorology from Penn State and a Master of Science in meteorology from the University of Oklahoma.

Nathan Hamblin

Nathan Hamblin

Long-range Meteorologist, DTN

Nathan Hamblin specializes in mid and long-range, as well as seasonal forecasting. He works with DTN clients in several industries including agriculture, energy, transportation, and construction, and has more than 15 years of operational forecasting experience.

Hamblin holds a Bachelor of Science in meteorology from the State University of New York at Oswego.


Tune-in anytime to watch a replay of previous Weather Outlook webinars. Each episode provides regional forecasts, potential business-sector effects, and analysis for planning purposes relative to the industries DTN serves.

  • A recap of the prior webinar’s seasonal forecast details
  • A comprehensive analysis of potential industry effects from severe weather
  • Expert insights into industry specific planning considerations

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Register now to attend one (or all!) of our quarterly Weather Outlook webinars. For greater forecasting details and industry-effected insights, we hope you’ll join us.