Learn about NSSL’s latest radar with this Bite Sized Science video!
FLASH — short for the Flooded Locations and Simulated Hydrographs Project — is now in the hands of NWS forecasters!
The National Weather Association recently awarded the mPING development team for help the application has provided in meteorology.
NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory researcher had a different view of tornadoes this spring — flying high above them in a NOAA P-3.
This summer the National Weather Center has four visiting Hollings students and six REU students working with NOAA entities in the building.
For for the next five weeks NOAA’s Hazardous Weather Testbed Experimental Forecast Program is focused on using cutting-edge computer models.
When severe weather strikes anywhere in the United States, weather radar is one of the most important tools forecasters use to track storms and warn the public. The current system, known as the WSR-88D radar…
To celebrate Women’s History Month, NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory is publishing a series of stories highlighting women working at the lab. Kodi Berry is a research scientist and Sea Grant liaison for the Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies working at NSSL, and serves as the executive officer of the NOAA Hazardous Weather Testbed.
Collaboration is a fundamental aspect of research at NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory and recently a group from Taiwan’s Central Weather Bureau and Soil and Water Conservation Bureau visited the lab in Norman, Oklahoma. The…
To celebrate Women’s History Month in March NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory is publishing a series of stories highlighting some women working at the lab. One Q&A segment will be published each Monday in March.…