The HRD scientists participate in 2023 Tropical Cyclone Operations and Research Forum at the Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference was held 7-9 March in Miami. The Working Group for Tropical Cyclone Operations and Research, part of the Interagency Council for Advancing Meteorological Services, hosts this annual conference to bring together the Federal hurricane community: operational forecast centers; numerical modelers; aerial, ocean, satellite, and radar observing groups; and supporting research functions. These experts review last year’s challenges, plan operations for the upcoming season, and discuss research efforts in the context of operational needs.
HRD scientists made a number of presentations. The are listed below along with links to the slides:
Jason Dunion: NOAA’s APHEX Hurricane Field Program: 2022 Highlights & Plans for 2023.
Joe Cione: NOAA sUAS Operations in Tropical Cyclones: A Recap of 2022 and Plans for 2023.
Jason Sippel: A Review of Recent Observing System Experiments.
Rob Rogers: Recommendations from the Tenth WMO International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones.
Sarah Ditchek: The Impact of the G-IV and Non-Standard G-IV flight patterns on TC Forecasts in HAFS.
The full agenda for the meeting with links to all the talks is available at https://www.weather.gov/media/nws/2023%20TCORF%20IHC%20Agenda%20Final.pdf.
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