The 2021-22 Winter was unlike any we’ve seen in years, with record snow and ice events and extreme winter weather affecting unlikely locations across the United States and Canada. Looking ahead to this coming winter, real-time information will be critical to the coordination between government agencies and corporations as part of their preparedness strategies and response plans as they work to ensure the safety of their communities and secure infrastructure.
Get a meteorologist's perspective on the 2022-2023 winter storm season based on AEM’s analysis of climate trends. Then join a discussion on how climate trend data and real-time publicly available information sources like weather statements and sensor data can be used to effectively prepare for and respond to storms as they progress.
AEM, Dataminr, and special guest Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) will discuss: