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Webinar: 2021 Q1 Weather Forecast


AccuWeather’s 2020-2021 winter weather update and severe weather season forecast was recorded Wednesday, January 27 at 11 a.m. ET

Key Highlights

How has the winter forecast changed, and is the worst snow and ice still ahead?

Peek into a potentially active severe weather season and learn how different factors could increase or diminish threats like tornadoes, damaging winds and flooding

Discover unique challenges businesses face before, during and after severe weather impacts

Hear our latest thoughts about the remainder of the winter and peek into this year’s severe weather season predictions to help your organization stay ahead of disruptive weather.

How can your business drive revenue, minimize disruption, and reduce risk and liability by leveraging weather risk mitigation services?

Our speakers:

Dave Samuhel | Senior Meteorologist, Long-Range Forecaster
Dave Samuhel has been a meteorologist with AccuWeather for nearly 20 years. As a senior meteorologist, his expertise includes long-range, tropical and commodity forecasting as well as western U.S. weather patterns, including drought and wildfire predictions.

Dave’s extensive forecasting experience benefits our AccuWeather For Business clients with whom he works on a regular basis, especially our snow warning service clients. He also routinely provides forecasts on New York’s 1010 WINS and other major market radio stations during peak hours.

Paul Drewniak | Senior Account Executive and Meteorologist, AccuWeather For Business
Paul Drewniak is responsible for driving B2B sales for enterprise clients within the Fortune 500 and helps organizations translate weather impact guidance into actionable business insights and improved performance.

Paul has 30 years of expertise developing best-in-class atmospheric decisions intelligence systems and solutions, environmental risk management, state-of-the-science technology in short, medium and long-range weather and climate prediction and building lasting strategic partnerships and business alliances across a broad range of industries, including aerospace and defense, energy, manufacturing, technology and transportation.

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