Earth Networks to Release 2017 Summer Outlook
- May 12, 2017
GERMANTOWN, Md.—Earth Networks will release its 2017 Summer Outlook on May 18, 2017. The forecast will be presented in a live webinar at 2:00 p.m. ET by James Aman, Senior Meteorologist at Earth Networks. After last summer brought above average temperatures to most of the U.S. and drought conditions in the West, Northeast and Southeast, the Meteorology Team at Earth Networks is looking ahead to reveal the forecast for this summer season.
Earth Networks is calling for increased chances for above normal temperatures for several regions of the U.S. Join our Summer Outlook webinar to learn more, including:
- Temperature Outlook: Will we see above normal temperatures, or does the cool spring mean temperatures will trend lower?
- Precipitation Prediction:How will the potential return of an El Niño pattern impact rainfall?
- Regional Insights: How will projected indicators of above normal temperatures impact Oklahoma and Central and West Texas? Will anticipated below-normal rainfall in Georgia and Florida lead to an increased risk of forest fires?
Register for the webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2562316572863721986
About the Earth Networks Summer Outlook
Every spring, a team of meteorologists at Earth Networks researches a large number of climate indicators that will affect temperatures and precipitation across the United States during the upcoming summer. One of the primary drivers of the summer forecast is whether El Niño will stage a repeat appearance in the Pacific Ocean as we head into the summer months. In addition, various long-term cycles of ocean water temperatures, as well as existing spring climate conditions across the U.S. both play a role in determining summer weather.
About Earth Networks
Earth Networks has been Taking the Pulse of the Planet® for more than 20 years. We help organizations mitigate financial, operational and human risk by providing environmental intelligence from the world’s largest hyperlocal weather network. Schools, airports, sports teams, utilities and government agencies rely on our early warning solutions to safeguard lives, prepare for weather events and optimize operations. Companies across all industries use our weather data to automate decisions regarding risk management, business continuity and asset protection.
Brian Lustig, Bluetext PR for Earth Networks