AccuWeather's 2021 Hurricane Outlook Webinar
Recorded May 5, 2021
How will this season compare to the record-breaking season of 2020?
The long-range forecast: What exactly does this winter have in store?
How various scenarios could impact your business throughout the season, especially with uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic
Learn about unique challenges businesses face when dangerous winter weather strikes
To help your business prepare for hurricane impacts, AccuWeather's expert meteorologists hosted a webinar on Wednesday, May 5.
Understanding what lies ahead is the best way to begin planning for direct impacts and related business disruption. Our experts are ready to share! To help your business prepare for hurricane impacts, AccuWeather's expert meteorologists will host a webinar on Wednesday, May 6 at 2:00 p.m. EST.
Lead Hurricane Forecaster
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Dan Kottlowski has 43 years of experience as an operational weather forecaster. Dan leverages both his in-depth understanding of the weather and his top-flight communication skills throughout the year as an AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist. During the Atlantic hurricane season, Dan is the lead hurricane forecaster for AccuWeather and coordinates the AccuWeather hurricane team.
Meteorologist, Product Training & Support Coordinator
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Becky DePodwin is a meteorologist and emergency preparedness specialist with over a decade of professional experience serving partners and clients, combining expertise in meteorology, emergency preparedness, and risk communication. Becky uses best practices in emergency management to review and evaluate emergency preparedness plans, provide recommendations and develop guidance to partners on the integration of severe weather and hurricane warnings to ensure effectiveness.
During this exclusive webinar, you'll learn about:
- • An in-depth look at the outlook for the 2021 Hurricane Season
- • How to prepare your organization and ensure employees and assets are protected
- • How organizational changes due to COVID-19 may have adjusted your business continuity plan
- • Ways you can protect your business from catastrophic loss and disruption by mitigating risk before, during, and after the storm