The conference is still several months away, but check out the work NSSL researchers will present at AMS 2017!
This paper describes how NSSL scientists and NWS forecasters evaluate new tools and techniques through real-time testbed operations for the improvement of flash flood detection and warning operations.
This paper investigates flash flooding fatalities from 1996 to 2014 across the United States, providing insight into the circumstances and context of the flooding.
This paper reports elucidates three-dimensional features thought to play an important role in creating and maintaining the tornado vortex.
Airborne measurements from the NOAA P-3 aircraft provide valuable new insights into distinct atmospheric characteristics.
This paper provides a comprehensive description of the initial operating capabilities of the MRMS QPE system.
A diverse group of scientists is coming together to improve how severe weather information is conveyed to the public.
This paper is the introduction to the AMS Meteorological Monograph entitled “The Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program: The First 20 Years.”
An early prototype of a high-impact weather forecast system will get a real-time demonstration in the NOAA Hazardous Weather Testbed (HWT) this spring.