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 improving the picture for forecasters, helping them provide more accurate information…
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.
The Advanced Technology Demonstrator is the newest in a long line of radar innovations developed and tested at the lab in Norman, Oklahoma.
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.
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.
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. Burkely T. Gallo is a Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies postdoctoral research associate working at NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory.