CIMMS was in the spotlight at the 2016 National Weather Association Annual Meeting in Norfolk, Virginia. Several CIMMS employees were recognized for their work.
John’s passion is in chaos theory and the predictability of weather. Learn what he does with CIMMS/NSSL!
CIMMS scientists supported the 2016 SOO Development course, a training program for National Weather Service Science and Operations Officers.
Katie is a Ph.D. candidate at OU, studying the impact of rapid-scan radar data on forecaster warning decision-making. Learn more.
Holly Obermeier is a former broadcast, improving severe weather warnings with CIMMS/NSSL. Learn more.
Heather Grams works on the “Multi-Sensor” side of the Multi-Radar Multi-Sensor program. Learn more:
Mohammed Osman is a postdoc with CIMMS and NSSL, working on mining large ARM LIDAR data sets to study turbulence in the convective boundary layer. Learn More.
Heather Reeves received an award for her service to the AMS at the organization’s 17th Conference on Mountain Meteorology.
John develops, codes, tests, and supports dualpol-algorithms for the WSR-88D. Learn more about his work.
Today begins the first week of the MRMS Hydro Experiment, part of the 2016 USWRP HMT.