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DTN Mid-Winter
Weather Outlook

Recorded January 16, 2019

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What does the rest of the season look like for your business?

In November of 2018, DTN acquired Weather Decision Technologies, Inc. (WDT). This brings together two of the strongest long range forecast teams in the weather industry.

View the recording our first combined long range mid-winter forecast. This free webcast was presented by Certified Consulting Meteorologist Jeff Johnson, Stephen Strum, Vice President of Forecast Services and Nathan Hamblin, Long Range Team Lead, who shared the updated forecast for your area of the country, and provided insight into the following:

  • Recap of this winter to date
  • Anticipated temperature trends
  • Outlook for snowfall and areas of drought improvement
  • Impact of the severity of winter conditions in your region

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About the Presenters

Steve Strum
Vice President of Extended Forecast Services

Steve is an expert in his field, providing historical and forecast data services to companies in the energy trading industry. Steve adds considerable value to our WeatherOps clients through seasonal and sub-seasonal weather threat outlooks.

  • Lead Forecaster of Williams Energy Marketing & Trading
  • Energy News Live presenter
  • 7 plus years teaching Economic Meteorology courses at OSU and OU
Jeff Johnson
Certified Consulting Meteorologist
Jeff Johnson focuses on long-range and seasonal weather, as well as climate-related issues. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He became an American Meteorological Society CCM in 1993. Johnson has over 40 years of experience in weather forecasting for various industries.
Nathan Hamblin
Long Range Team Lead

Nathan Hamblin currently serves as the Long Range Team Lead for DTN. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from SUNY Oswego. Nate has over 15 years of experience in weather forecasting for various industries with a focus on energy.