NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory is celebrating 51 years of history. Take a look back at some of the milestones in our first two decades.
Take a look back at some highlights from our year at the Lab.
NSSL researchers made the first direct comparisons of MRMS Q3 radar only precipitation estimates with Dual Pol and NCEP Stage II estimates.
Alex grew up in Switzerland and has traveled the world. Find out what he does here at NSSL!
David Schvartzman is part of the Advanced Radar Techniques group, improving the quality, accuracy, and timeliness of MPAR.
Patrick Skinner is an NRC Postdoctoral Research Associate with an interesting background. Learn more about his path to becoming a meteorologist.
David is a CIMMS scientist who is part of the Advanced Radar Techniques team within the Radar Research and Development Division at NSSL. Learn more.
Kongmeng is our newest web designer. He is working on design, development, and implementation of VLab here at NSSL.
The first invitation-only VORTEX-SE Workshop will be held in Huntsville, Alabama, November 9-10, 2015, outlining themes for the Spring project.
Mark Weber helps develop radar architecture and researches strategies for future transitions in technology. Learn more about him and what he does.