For Women’s History Month in March, we are highlighting some of NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory women scientists and their current research.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we are highlighting some of NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory women scientists and their current research.
A new book highlights the biggest technological upgrade to Doppler radars since first installed – dual-polarization technology.
Radars are a vital tool for weather forecasters because they provide a detailed picture of storms as they’re happening. A new radar technique is helping forecasters provide more accurate information about rain and snow storms.
NSSL Deputy Director Lans Rothfusz announced his retirement at the end of 2018 and NSSL is pleased to announce Kurt Hondl as the new deputy director.
Sherman Fredrickson retired in early December after working over 40 years. He remembers a time atmospheric measurements were made via pen and pad.
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.
For for the next five weeks NOAA’s Hazardous Weather Testbed Experimental Forecast Program is focused on using cutting-edge computer models.