CIMMS scientists in the HWT are exploring new ideas about how meteorologists communicate forecast information.
Monday, May 9 2016 begins the first week of the three-week Probabilistic Hazards Information – Prototype Experiment.
Monday, May 2, 2016 begins the first week of the three-week PHI – Hazards Service Experiment in the HWT.
Today begins the first week of a four-week GOES-R / JPSS Spring Experiment in the Hazardous Weather Testbed.
CIMMS is pleased to announce the proposal winners for the inaugural CIMMS Director’s Directed Research Fund, with project funding for FY16.
CIMMS meteorologists have teamed with the NWS Warning Decision Training Division to train the newest generation of NWS weather forecasters.
CIMMS representatives attended an AMS workshop on incorporating new technology into daily life. Read more.
Along with the Larry R. Johnson Special Award given to the Hazardous Weather Testbed team, CIMMS scientists also received recognition for their poster presentations at the National Weather Association’s Annual Meeting, held October 17th-22nd in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. CIMMS’ Race Clark and Galateia Terti won 1st and 2nd place, respectively, in the graduate student poster […]
The team that contributes to the Hazardous Weather Testbed was selected to receive the Larry R. Johnson Special Award at the 40th Annual Meeting of the National Weather Association on October 21, 2015. This prestigious award is given to an individual or group that has made significant contributions to the field of operational meteorology. NOAA’s […]
In July, Under Secretary of Commerce Kathryn D. Sullivan announced the award of a NOAA Silver Medal for engineering/science achievement to the team that worked on the Multi-Radar Multi-Sensor program at NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory. While only Federal employees were named on the award, many CIMMS researchers were involved in this collaboration, and we […]