MOVE Tech Talk - July 2023 - 2023 Atlantic Tropical Outlook

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The 2023 Atlantic Tropical Outlook was recent updated by experts prompting much curiosity regarding what to expect for this year's hurricane season.  Questions that you might have asked yourself may include:

  o How do expert forecasts differ for the number of tropical systems?

  o What can historical data and past hurricane seasons teach us for preparing for 2023 activity?

  o How does El Nino factor into how active hurricanes might be within the Atlantic Ocean?

  o When should forecasts be updated to include new information like record Sea Surface Temperatures?

This month's presentation will review the tropical weather that has occurred to date within the Atlantic Basin, will describe the phenomenon of El Nino in relation to hurricane activity, and discuss what past observations of storms can/cannot teach us about what to expect as we approach the busiest part of the hurricane season.

  Date and Time




  • Date: 25 Jul 2023
  • Time: 08:00 PM to 10:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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  • Co-sponsored by IEEE-USA MOVE Program
  • Starts 12 July 2023 11:00 AM
  • Ends 25 July 2023 09:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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Jason Luze Jason Luze


2023 Atlantic Tropical Outlook


Jason Luze currently serves as an Air Quality Compliance Coordinator and is an Associate Member of the Association of Certified Meteorologists (formerly the National Council of Industrial Meteorologists).  He volunteers as part of the IEEE Weather Team by providing now-casting to deployed MOVE members on an as needed basis.  Preceding my current assignment as an Air Compliance Coordinator with Pete Lien & Sons, Inc., I performed air permitting at the Southwest Research Institute as Research Engineer and supported SwRI project staff with experimental design.