Latest American Meteorological Society Stories
New research indicates that routine weather events such as rain and cooler-than-average days can add up to an annual economic impact of as much as $485 billion in the United States.
COLUMBIA, S.C., Feb. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Nearly 200 years before Hurricane Katrina, a major storm hit the coast of Louisiana just west of New Orleans.
The first large-scale, physics-based space weather prediction model is transitioning from research into operation.
SEATTLE, Jan. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Weather Decision Technologies, Inc. (WDT) has been awarded the American Meteorological Society Award for Outstanding Services to Meteorology by a Corporation.
Pyrocumulonimbus is the fire-breathing dragon of clouds.
The heat of summer brings trips to the lake, afternoons at the beach and vacations in the mountains.
As turboprop and jet aircraft climb or descend under certain atmospheric conditions, they can inadvertently seed mid-level clouds and cause narrow bands of snow or rain to develop and fall to the ground, new research finds.
Research conducted at Texas A&M University casts doubts on the notion that El NiÃ±o has been getting stronger because of global warming and raises interesting questions about the relationship between El NiÃ±o and a severe flu pandemic 91 years ago.
The Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology is a scientific journal published monthly by the American Meteorological Society. It was formerly titled the “Journal of Applied Meteorology.” This journal covers applied research related to physical meteorology, weather modification, satellite meteorology, radar meteorology, boundary layer processes, air pollution meteorology (including dispersion and chemical processes), agricultural and forest meteorology, and applied meteorological...
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