25th Anniversary of Hurricane Andrew striking South Florida

In the early morning hours of August 24, 1992, Category-Five Hurricane Andrew roared across southern Florida leaving behind a trail of devastation that stunned the nation.  Andrew was the first hurricane of this ferocity to hit the continental United States since Hurricane Camille in 1969, and repercussions of its landfall were felt in the world […]

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HRD Monthly Science Meeting of August 2017

August’s science meeting consisted of 5 presentations: Jason Sippel: “Examining impact of recon in operational HWRF” Steve Diaz: “Demonstration of solver-independent regridding operation for a moving hurricane nest” Joe Cione: “Infrared Sea Surface Temperature Measurements from Hurricane Edouard (2014) using GPS dropsondes” John Kaplan: “Hurricane Franklin (2017): A Preliminary Look from a Global Hawk-P3 Perspective” […]

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HRD Monthly Science Meeting of June 2017

June’s science meeting consisted of 7 presentations: Brad Klotz – “Guidance on Observational Undersampling over the Tropical Cyclone Lifecycle” Pete Black – “Coordinating the the Global Hawk (NASA, NOAA, EPOCH) with the HRD AIPEX module (HFP)” Jon Zawislak and Heather Holbach – “Data Display, Archival, and Legacy (DDAL)” Leon Nguyen – “Science Motivation for Analysis […]

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HRD researchers at 71st Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference/Tropical Cyclone Research Forum, Miami, FL – 14-16 March 2017

HRD and AOML scientists participated in the 71st Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference/Tropical Cyclone Operations and Research Forum. HRD scientists presented or were coauthors on 14 of the 45 presentations and 3 of the 10 posters. Shirley Murillo chaired the Joint Hurricane Testbed (JHT) session and Sundararaman Gopalakrishnan chaired a panel discussion on “Research Supporting Operations: Current […]

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HRD Debrief for missions into Tropical Storm Karl Hermine – 30 September 2016

HRD researchers discussed the results from the 7 P-3, 5 G-IV, and 2 Global Hawk missions into Tropical Storm Karl (20-24 September 2016). The agenda for the discussion was: Slides from the debrief are available at: ftp://ftp.aoml.noaa.gov/pub/hrd/blog/meetings/2016/HFP/Karl_debrief.pptx

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25th Anniversary of Hurricane Bob

On August 19, 1991, Hurricane Bob brushed the tip of Long Island and came ashore in Rhode Island.  Although only a Category 2 hurricane at that time, Bob managed to rack up a sizable damage bill to become one of the costliest New England hurricanes. Bob formed from a disturbance that split from a frontal […]

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2016 Hurricane Field Program/Intensity Forecast EXperiment (HFP/IFEX) Planning Meeting

On Wednesday, 8 June 2016, Dr. Robert Rogers led a kick off meeting to discuss our flight experiments and modules that will be part of the 2016 hurricane field campaign. To review the proposed experiments go to the presentation at: ftp://ftp.aoml.noaa.gov/pub/hrd/blog/seminars/2016/HFP2016_kickoff_meeting.ppt.zip

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HRD/NHC CHART Seminar – John Kaplan, AOML/HRD – 16 May 2016

John Kaplan presented a seminar on “Investigating the variability in skill of operational statistical rapid intensification (RI) prediction models” that is available on the NHC science presentation web site. Abstract Despite recent improvements in tropical cyclone (TC) intensity forecasting skill, predicting changes in TC intensity remains problematic particularly the forecasting of episodes of rapid intensification […]

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AOML and HRD researchers at 32nd AMS Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, San Juan, Puerto Rico – 10-14 April 2016

Twenty-three AOML and HRD scientists participated in the recent 32nd AMS Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology in San Juan, PR, as authors or co-authors on 36 presentations and 11 posters. Roughly 650 presentations (452 oral presentations in 70 sessions and 196 posters in 2 session) were submitted to the conference. Of the 440 TC-related presentations […]

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10th Anniversary of Hurricane Wilma

In the early morning hours of October 24, 2005, Hurricane Wilma came ashore on Florida’s Gulf coast.  The storm had set records and then ravaged the Yucatan Peninsula prior to this final landfall, but it still had plenty of power left to inflict great damage on southern Florida. The 2005 hurricane season was already one […]

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