On Saturday, May 14th, AOML's Hurricane Research Division participated in the 2022 Eye of the Storm outreach event at Ft. Lauderdale's Museum of Discovery & Science. HRD scientists answered questions about flying into hurricanes and how the data get into the computer models to improve the forecast. National Weather Service/National Hurricane Center table talked about … Continue reading HRD participates in the 2022 Eye of the Storm outreach event at Ft. Lauderdale’s Museum of Discovery & Science.
August's science meeting consisted of two presentations: Stanley Goldenberg - "NOAA’s August Update of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook: Methodology & Forecast" Tomislava Vukicevic - "Sensitivity of microphysics parameterization to stochastically perturbed parameters" Copies of the two presentations are available on the anonymous ftp site at: ftp://ftp.aoml.noaa.gov/pub/hrd/blog/meetings/2021/Science/HRD_SciMeet_20210812.zip
June's science meeting consisted of six presentations: Nick Mesa (HRD): “Investigating intensity changes related to thermodynamic processes using near-coincident aircraft and satellite observations” Sophie Grimsley (HRD): “Hurricane Intensity Change and Boundary Layer Processes” Chris Landsea (NHC): "Was 2020 a Record-Breaking Hurricane Season? Yes, but… (Why did the new average number of Named Storms go up … Continue reading HRD Monthly Science Meeting of June 2021
July’s science meeting consisted of three presentations: Samantha Michlowitz: "Air-Sea Interactions in Hurricanes: How Much Does the Ocean Cool Underneath the Storm?" Rob Rogers: "Multiscale Aspects of the Different Intensity Evolutions of Two Rapidly Intensifying Typhoons" Stan Goldenberg: "Arthur and Bertha and Cristobal — OH MY! Dolly and Edouard and Fay (?) — OH MY! … Continue reading HRD Monthly Science Meeting of July 2020
“Many of the storms we flew in 2019 were ‘living on the edge,’ in that they were weak, vertically sheared, but also unpredictable. In previous years, we saw these storms intensify, such as Hurricane Michael in 2018. This season, many struggled to intensify. As we continue to build a dataset of these sheared storms, we … Continue reading AOML Flies Science Missions into Succession of Atlantic Storms
June’s science meeting consisted of eight presentations: George Halliwell: Impact of the Anomalously Warm Gulf of Mexico on Hurricane Michael (2018) Intensity Kathryn Sellwood: How do we get good data from Dropsondes? Nicolas Johnson (Hollings Scholar, UAH): Estimating Hurricane Surface Winds Addison Alford (OU): Structural Changes in the Hurricane Boundary Layer at Landfall Renee Richardson … Continue reading HRD Monthly Science Meeting of June 2019
Read the latest issue at http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/keynotes/PDF-Files/Sept-Oct2018.pdf
August’s science meeting consisted of five presentations: Andrew Kren - HAMSR retrieval assimilation in the GSI system Josh Wadler (UM/RSMAS)- A Characterization of Turbulent Kinetic Energy and its Generation in Idealized Tropical Cyclone Simulations Gus Alaka - The Basin-Scale HWRF: 2018 HFIP Real-Time Demos Miguel Cortez (NERTO intern) – Summer 2018 NERTO update Stan Goldenberg … Continue reading HRD Monthly Science Meeting of August 2018
Thirty-one AOML and HRD scientists participated in the recent 33rd AMS Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology in Ponte Vedra, FL, as authors or co-authors on 65 presentations and 19 posters. Roughly 783 presentations (507 oral presentations in 67 sessions and 276 posters in 2 session) were submitted to the conference. Of the 567 TC-related presentations … Continue reading AOML and HRD researchers at 33rd AMS Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Ponte Vedra, FL – 15-20 April 2018
With the start of the 2018 hurricane season less than two weeks away, HRD and AOML employees have been engaging in several outreach opportunities to promote hurricane preparedness and enhance public understanding of the role of research in improving hurricane forecasts. From May 10th to the 12th, NOAA's AOML, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, and Miami … Continue reading Hurricane Season is approaching!