Matt is part of the Severe Weather Warning Applications and Technology Transfer group in WRDD. Learn More.
John’s passion is in chaos theory and the predictability of weather. Learn what he does with CIMMS/NSSL!
Researchers with the Coastal and Inland Flooding Observation and Warning (CI-FLOW) project are preparing for Tropical Storm Hermine to test their total water level system in North Carolina. The CI-FLOW system captures the complex interaction between rainfall, river flows, waves, tides and storm surge, and how they impact water levels in coastal North Carolina.
Allen has a long history at NSSL, and has been part of the evolution of the Lab’s radar programs. Learn more.
Attending the NWA Annual Meeting this September? Don’t miss these presentations by NSSL researchers!
Bob Rabin has been with NSSL for many years, and has watched the Lab’s history unfold. Learn more about his work.
Katie is a Ph.D. candidate at OU, studying the impact of rapid-scan radar data on forecaster warning decision-making. Learn more.
Given the success of the RON in Oklahoma City, a second meetup has been scheduled for the upcoming 2016 NWA Annual Meeting in Norfolk.
Dr. Doviak is a senior scientist with NSSL’s Radar Research and Development Division, helping develop MPAR.
This paper describes how NSSL scientists and NWS forecasters evaluate new tools and techniques through real-time testbed operations for the improvement of flash flood detection and warning operations.