The national weather radar system used throughout the United States by NOAA National Weather Service forecasters to “see” weather across the country is unique because it can be upgraded and…
The second field observing campaign for the Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes EXperiment-Southeast (VORTEX-SE) research program, coordinated by the National Severe Storms Laboratory, began March 8 and…
Don is a Federal research scientist with the Lab, serving as the Storm Electricity Team Leader. Learn more.
Alexander Ryzhkov is a senior research scientist with over 20 years of experience at CIMMS/NSSL. Learn more.
Derek began working with the Warn-on-Forecast group in August 2016. Learn more about his work.
A study of tornadoes in the southeast begins its second year as NOAA Research announces awards of $2.5 million in grants. Scientists from more than 20 organizations are part of VORTEX-Southeast, a program to understand how environmental factors characteristic of the southeastern United States affect the formation, intensity, structure and path of tornadoes in this region.
Learn about NSSL researcher Pamela Heinselman’s transition from RRDD to FRDD.
A new program supported by NSSL is testing the use of stream radar to improve flood forecasting. Learn more.
Yunheng Wang is part of the Warn-on-Forecast team, developing software for atmospheric applications. Learn more.
The conference is still several months away, but check out the work NSSL researchers will present at AMS 2017!