July's science meeting consisted of five presentations: Sophie Grimsley (Lapenta Intern): "Project Check-in: Hurricane Intensity Change and Boundary Layer Processes" Nick Mesa (Lapenta Intern): "Investigating Intensity Changes Related to Thermodynamic Processes Using Near-coincident Aircraft and Satellite Observations" Laura Ko: "A Consensus Machine Learning Model for Hurricane RI Probabilistic Predictions" Sim Aberson: "Including High-Resolution AMVs in … Continue reading HRD Monthly Science Meeting of July 2021
You can read the study at https://www.mdpi.com/2073-4433/12/4/492.
34th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology Virtual Meeting The 34th AMS Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology was held virtually 10-14 May after being postponed from 2020. This is the premiere meeting for operational and research scientists who work on understanding and forecasting tropical cyclones and other tropical weather around the world. HRD scientist … Continue reading HRD scientists participate in the 34th American Meteorological Society Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology
March's science meeting consisted of three presentations. Michael Fischer: "How are TC convective and vortex characteristics related to TC intensity?" Josh Wadler: "The Effects of Environmental Wind Shear Direction on Tropical Cyclone Boundary Layer Thermodynamics and Intensity Change from Multiple Observational Datasets" Lew Gramer: “Coastal downwelling and landfalling hurricane intensification” Copies of the three presentations are available … Continue reading HRD Monthly Science Meeting of March 2021
February's science meeting was hosted by NHC and consisted of nine presentations. The first two presented an overview of the proposed Tropical Marine Testbed (TMT) from a NWS and OAR perspective, and the remaining seven presentations were from NHC and HRD researchers describing potential projects that the TMT might tackle: Overview of Tropical Marine Testbed … Continue reading HRD Monthly Science Meeting of February 2021
Example of different types of satellite data available in the regional model area (marked by the dotted line) embedded within the global model (part of which is shown outside the dotted line). Numerical weather forecast models run on a grid, or regularly spaced group of points that cover the particular area of interest. These models … Continue reading Paper on a proposed road map to designing new high-resolution models published in Weather and Forecasting
Another story details the Saildrone, an autonomous vehicle that sails on the ocean surface collecting upper-ocean and near-surface weather data, that will be tested in hurricane conditions. Check out the most recent issue of AOML Keynotes here.
Hurricane scientists at NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory have created a new, advanced moving nest system within the Unified Forecast System, the bedrock of NOAA’s weather prediction applications. AOML’s Hurricane Modeling and Prediction Team developed the high-resolution moving nest for the FV3 dynamical core, laying the foundation for next-generation advancements in hurricane forecasting. HAFS forecast showing Hurricane … Continue reading AOML Hurricane Scientists Facilitate Leap in Hurricane Modeling and Prediction Systems
The Annual Meeting is the world’s largest yearly gathering for the weather, water, and climate community. It brings together great minds from a diverse set of scientific disciplines – helping attendees make career-long professional contact and life-long friends while learning from the very top people in the atmospheric sciences. The 101st AMS Annual Meeting took place virtually … Continue reading HRD scientists participate in the 101st American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting