NSSL’s Dave Turner has co-authored a paper which appears in Nature Communications this month.
Citizen scientists around the world, not just those in the United States, can now submit weather observations and view reports on the go using the newly upgraded mPING smart phone…
NSSL researchers will be presenting their research next week at the AMS Conference. Take a look at some of their projects!
A proposed methodology for issuing Probabilistic Hazard Information for severe convective weather, as opposed to the warnings issued by the National Weather Service today.
NSSL researchers made the first direct comparisons of MRMS Q3 radar only precipitation estimates with Dual Pol and NCEP Stage II estimates.
Eye tracking technology has many uses for NSSL researchers. Learn more about how they are using this tool.
The first invitation-only VORTEX-SE Workshop will be held in Huntsville, Alabama, November 9-10, 2015, outlining themes for the Spring project.
With several major events in the weather community coming up, here are eight things you need to know about NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory.
In mid-September, NSSL’s Dr. Harold Brooks was awarded the 2015 Nikolai Dotzek Award at the 8th European Conference on Severe Storms in Austria.
NSSL researchers lead the way on evaluating sensor capabilities.