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The HFIP program is coordinated through 3 strategic planning teams (Model Development, Data Assimilation/Ensemble, and Post Processing and Verification Development) and 3 tiger teams (High Resolution Physics, Ensemble Product, and Ocean Model Impact). The HFIP strategic planning teams develop our … Continue reading
Paper on Hurricane Patricia, the most intense hurricane ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere, released online in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
In October 2015, off the west coast of Mexico, Hurricane Patricia became the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the western hemisphere, intensifying faster than any other storm on record. A unique set of observations were collected in Patricia. National Oceanic … Continue reading
After the landfall of very strong hurricanes, NOAA contracted with Drs. Ted Fujita of the University of Chicago and Roger Wakimoto of the University of California Los Angeles to produce damage surveys of the affected areas. With the help of … Continue reading
HRD researchers discussed the results from the 11 P-3 missions into AL99, TD9, and eventually Hurricane Hermine (25 August to 2 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/Hermine_debrief.pptx.zip
In the pre-dawn hours of September 18, 1926, one of the most destructive hurricanes in U.S. history roared into Miami, Florida. If a comparable storm struck the same area today it would rank as the most expensive hurricane in the … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
The slides from HRD Director Frank Marks’ presentation to the World Meteorological Organization Regional Association IV Training Workshop held in the National Hurricane Center media room are available on the anonymous ftp site: ftp://ftp.aoml.noaa.gov/pub/hrd/blog/seminars/2016/HRD_Presentation-2016.pptx
Paper on the testing of new and proposed observations on hurricane forecasts published in the Marine Technology Society journal
Paper on turbulence near the surface in tropical cyclones published in The Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences
The paper can be accessed at http://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.1175/JAS-D-14-0373.1.
On Tuesday, May 19, 2015, Dr. Robert Rogers led a kick off meeting to discuss our flight experiments and modules that will be part of the 2015 hurricane field campaign. Click here to review the proposed experiments.