What Will Hurricane Season 2018 Look Like? Join Us for Our Tropical Storm Outlook!

  • May 03, 2018

What Will Hurricane Season 2018 Look Like?

The Atlantic Hurricane season is almost here! Last year, we saw one of the worst hurricane seasons on record. Will this year be just as bad?

Our free webinar on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, will help you answer those questions and more. The best way to prepare for the upcoming hurricane season is to know what is possible ahead of time. Join Senior Meteorologist, James Aman, as he walks you through our Meteorology Team’s forecast for this season, which runs from June 1 to November 30.

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2017 Hurricane Season by the Numbers

Satellite image of Hurricane Irma on Sferic Maps

Our team of expert meteorologists was busy supporting hundreds of clients during last year’s hurricane season. We were extremely proud of our meteorologists for helping businesses and governments make critical decisions, informing the public on Facebook Live with our Sferic Maps visualization tool, and helping folks get to safety. Memorable storms from last year include Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Maria, and Hurricane Irma.

Here’s what hurricane season 2017 looked like:

  • 17 named storms
  • 10 hurricanes
  • 6 major hurricanes
  • Losses approached $300 billion

 

2018 Tropical Storm Season Webinar

Everyone is wondering what hurricane season 2018 will look like, so it’s time for you to find out. Join Earth Networks Senior Meteorologist, James Aman, as he presents Earth Networks Meteorology Team’s forecast for the upcoming seasons. The webinar will take place on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at 2 PM ET.

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This free, 1-hour webinar will also be available for those who register but can’t make the scheduled time. We’ll send you a copy of the video to watch on your own schedule so you know what to expect no matter what.


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