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Eye on the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season
It’s time to start watching the tropics. Join Eye on the Storm writers Jeff Masters, co-founder of Weather Underground, and Bob Henson, a veteran journalist and meteorologist, as they discuss the upcoming 2022 Atlantic hurricane season.

Jun 3, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Jeff Masters
Meteorologist @Yale Climate Connections
Jeff Masters, Ph.D., worked as a hurricane scientist with the NOAA Hurricane Hunters from 1986-1990. After a near-fatal flight into category 5 Hurricane Hugo, he left the Hurricane Hunters to pursue a safer passion – earning a 1997 Ph.D. in air pollution meteorology from the University of Michigan. In 1995, he co-founded the Weather Underground, and served as its chief meteorologist and on its Board of Directors until it was sold to the Weather Company in 2012. Between 2005-2019, his Category 6 blog was one of the Internet’s most popular and widely quoted sources of extreme weather and climate change information.
Bob Henson
Meteorologist @Yale Climate Connections
Bob Henson is a meteorologist and journalist based in Boulder, Colorado. He has written on weather and climate for the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Weather Underground, and many freelance venues. Bob is the author of “The Thinking Person’s Guide to Climate Change” and of “The Rough Guide to Climate Change,” a forerunner to it, and of “Weather on the Air: A History of Broadcast Meteorology,” and coauthor of the introductory textbook “Meteorology Today." For five years and until the summer of 2020 he co-produced the Category 6 news site for Weather Underground. In 2018 Bob began a three-year elected term on the AMS Council, the governing body of the American Meteorological Society. A native of Oklahoma City, he earned a bachelor’s degree in meteorology and psychology from Rice University and a master’s degree in journalism, with a focus on meteorology, from the University of Oklahoma.