Latest Weather and Forecasting Stories
According to new research, cool waters just below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico cause the strongest hurricanes to lose intensity before they hit that part of the US coast.
University of Utah scientists developed an easier way for meteorologists to predict snowfall amounts and density â€“ fluffy powder or wet cement.
Researchers demonstrate NEXRAD radar helps National Weather Service forecasters save lives.
Weather and Forecasting is a scientific journal published by the American Meteorological Society (AMS). It features articles on forecasting and analysis techniques, forecast verification studies, and case studies useful to forecasters. It also features submissions on changes to the suite of operational numerical models and statistical post-processing techniques, and articles that demonstrate the transfer of research results to the forecasting community. Image Caption: Cover of Weather...
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