All tornadoes — whether small or large — originate from thunderstorms, but not all thunderstorms are the same. Different environments and situations create forecasting challenges.
Researcher awarded at international radar conference
The American Meteorological Society recently awarded a researcher for his contributions to the weather radar community.
Researcher awarded by AMS
The American Meteorological Society announced the 2020 award and honor recipients.
2016 AMS Awards
NSSL’s Dr. James F. Kimpel and Richard J. Doviak will receive American Meteorological Society awards at the annual conference in January.
AMS Radar Conference 2015
NSSL scientists won’t have to travel far this year for the AMS Radar Conference! The 37th Conference on Radar Meteorology will be held right here in Norman, Oklahoma, at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference…
First AMS Symposium on High Performance Computing: Call for papers!
Brian Etherton (GSD) and Gerry Creager (NSSL) are co-chairing the first Symposium on High Performance Computing associated with an AMS Annual Meeting.
NSSL/CIMMS researchers to present at AMS annual meeting
NSSL and CIMMS staff are preparing to receive honors and present recent research at the 2014 American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Ga., February 1-6.
Latest weather radar research on display this week
Weather radar research is a key part of NSSL’s mission in support of the NOAA National Weather Service (NWS). This week, NSSL/CIMMS scientists will share the latest in weather radar research at the American Meteorological Society’s 2013 Conference on Radar Meteorology in Breckenridge, Colo.
Gourley receives AMS Editor award
Dr. Jonathan .J. Gourley, NSSL research hydrometeorologist has received a 2013 AMS Editor’s Award for his “insightful, timely and thorough” reviews for the Journal of Hydrometeorology. Congratulations!
Kids learn what to put in an emergency backpack at WeatherFest 2012
More than 3,000 people crowded the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La. for the American Meteorological Society’s “WeatherFest” on January 22, 2012.