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 …

Greater Miami AMS Chapter & HRD seminar – Neal Dorst, Robert Rogers, and Chris Landsea (NHC), 18 May 2016

The Greater Miami Chapter of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and HRD hosted a meeting to celebrate Hurricane Preparedness Week with several presentations including: Mr. Neal Dorst (AOML/HRD) – "60 Year History of the Hurricane Research"; Dr. Rob Rogers (AOML/HRD) – "NOAA's HRD Advancing Tropical Cyclone Research and Prediction using Aircraft Observations"; and Dr. Chris Landsea (NHC) – …

HRD researchers attend National Hurricane Conference, Orlando, FL, 21-22 March 2016

Neal Dorst and Dr. Robert Rogers gave presentations at a special Hurricane History session on "60 year history of the Hurricane Research Division Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory" and "NOAA’s Hurricane Research Division: Advancing Tropical Cyclone Research and Prediction Using Aircraft Observations", respectively at the 2016 National Hurricane Conference held at the Orlando Hilton. Their …