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.
Holly is a former broadcaster, researching severe weather warning improvements with CIMMS/NSSL. Learn more.
Heather Grams works on the “Multi-Sensor” side of the Multi-Radar Multi-Sensor program. Learn more.
Mohammed Osman is a postdoc with CIMMS/NSSL, working on mining large ARM LIDAR data sets to study turbulence in the convective boundary layer. Learn More.
Ryan Hastings is a Postdoc studying Quasi-Linear Convective Systems at the Lab. Learn more about his work.
This paper reports elucidates three-dimensional features thought to play an important role in creating and maintaining the tornado vortex.
John develops, codes, tests, and supports dualpol-algorithms for the WSR-88D. Learn more about his work.
NSSL has partnered with NOAA’s National Weather Service and the Federal Aviation Administration to develop new tools to improve aviation forecasts.
Youcun Qi works closely with NSSL’s WRDD on research-to-operations projects and technology transfers. Learn More.