The collaborative Coastal and Inland-Flooding Observation and Warning Project (CI-FLOW) released a new video demonstrating how their prototype total water level simulation system can help improve NWS flood forecasting and save lives of people residing and working in coastal watersheds.
Through Facebook, Twitter and blogs, more people are hearing about NSSL’s science than ever before.
Chase StormDawg is VORTEX2’s new special correspondent for kids.
NSSL’s James Murnan has just finished a video on VORTEX2 as part of That Weather Show, a video/podcast series by the NOAA Weather Partners.
A new virtual tour of the NOAA Weather Partners allows visitors from all over the world to experience the unique building at: http://www.norman.noaa.gov/visitor/nwc-virtual-tour/.
Over 5,000 people of all ages crowded into “WeatherFest” at the Georgia World Congress Center to enjoy an interactive science and weather fair.
The 5th Annual National Weather Festival drew 4,500 people last Saturday, November 7 to the National Weather Center in Norman, Okla.
Weather experts and those affected by the May 3, 1999 tornado outbreak including emergency managers, first responders and city officials will speak at the “May 3 Tornado Outbreak 10th Anniversary Event,” sponsored by NOAA.
NSSL and the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) are collaborating on a blog created to facilitate communication about the impacts of selected severe weather events in the United States.
NSSL is preparing for the fourth annual National Weather Festival on Saturday, November 8, 2008 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the National Weather Center. Organizers are anticipating crowds of 2000-3000…