The University of Oklahoma’s Shared Mobile Atmospheric Research and Teaching (SMART) radar team is deploying two mobile weather radars to the northern Gulf Coast to study the landfall of what is expected to become Hurricane Laura. The project is sponsored by the National Institute for Standards and Technology as part of their National Windstorm Research […]
An in-residence workshop provided by OU CIMMS and NWS WDTD is the only one, and the first, of its kind. The workshop focused on training 122 forecasters, one from each NWS forecasting office, on a new warning software.
The weather enterprise is mourning the loss of visionary James “Jeff” Kimpel, who passed away early Saturday morning.
Throughout February, researchers are testing technologies to allow warnings to follow storms continuously in NOAA’s Hazardous Weather Testbed.
Weather models are the basic building blocks of any forecast. NOAA and cooperative institute researchers are leveraging machine learning techniques and high-resolution weather models in an effort to improve these tools.
Researchers with the University of Oklahoma Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies received awards at the American Meteorological Society 100th Annual Meeting in January.
A team of scientists is working on ways to better forecast potentially dangerous winter weather to cut down on these impacts to travelers.
The University of Oklahoma Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies has announced the recipients of the first annual CIMMS awards.
The American Meteorological Society recently awarded a University of Oklahoma Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies researcher for his contributions to the weather radar community.
More than 20 researchers recently attended the 39th International Conference on Radar Meteorology conference in Japan.