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John DeFluri

John DeFluri is from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania and obtained a Bachelor's of Science degree in Meteorology and Atmospheric Science from The Pennsylvania State University. He is a Registered Meteorologist (RMet) with the Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS), and has been with FleetWeather since December of 2018 where he is a Marine Router on the Atlantic Whales watch.

Atlantic Hurricane Season

2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook:  Below average season in store?

The Atlantic Hurricane season is almost upon us. Beginning on June 1st, the season will officially begin and lasts until November 30th. With the season nearing, we like to look ahead and share our predictions for what the upcoming season may have in store. A look back to the 2022 Season  The 2022 hurricane season […]

2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook:  Below average season in store?

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1st December marks the start of the northern hemisphere meteorological winter, when routing vessels across the North Pacific and North Atlantic Ocean basins becomes a little more challenging as more benign and predictable summer weather conditions are replaced by a stormy and often more volatile pattern. So right on cue one of the most common

DON’T GET CUT-OFF!

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