NSSL is now collecting two types of winter weather reports from the public to help evaluate the performance of a new winter weather precipitation algorithm.
NSSL scientist Bob Rabin recently returned from the 33rd annual American Indian Science and Engineering Society Conference held in Minneapolis, Minn. November 10-12, 2011.
NSSL has established a three-year joint research effort with the United Kingdom’s National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS) to focus on hazardous and severe weather forecasts and warnings, and the design, development and use of weather radar systems.
The annual National Weather Festival is in its seventh year of highlighting the many weather related organizations and activities in central Oklahoma. The free, public and very popular National Weather…
A team from the Chinese Ministry of Water Resources (MWR) is in Norman, Okla., to work with NSSL’s National Mosaic and multi-sensor Quantitative precipitation estimation (NMQ) system.
A team from NSSL spent a week at the world-renowned San Francisco Exploratorium to work with staff as part of the NOAA Scientist in Residence program.
A new outreach video about the NOAA Hazardous Weather Testbed Spring Experiment was just released on YouTube. Created with a video game theme, the video opens with “Top weather minds unite in the quest for a better forecast.”
NSSL created a Web page with information and links about the most significant tornado outbreaks of spring 2011.
Elementary and middle school students and teachers from across the state of Texas were taken on live virtual field trips of the National Weather Center in Norman, Okla. On March 2, 2011.
NSSL hosted a busy booth at the American Meteorological Society’s WeatherFest on January 23, 2011 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Wash. More than 4,000 people of all ages attended the interactive weather and science fair open to the public.