The SoM is proud to celebrate Black History Month by highlighting the accomplishments and contributions of some of our field’s most important names.
This past summer, junior Lauren Tyler volunteered at the National Weather Service Fort Worth Office, a highly sought out forecasting experience. Meteorologist-in-Charge Tom Bradshaw sent the School of Meteorology a letter about Tyler’s performance during her internship. He praised her for exceptional performance with his team. The purpose of this letter is to recognize OU […]
Name: Ty Dickinson Title: Developing a Subseasonal to Seasonal Extreme Precipitation Events Database for the Contiguous United States Location: NWC 1350 Date: 2020/02/26 Time: 03:00 PM Series: Weather and Climate Systems Abstract: Drought and extreme precipitation are two natural hazards that pose significant risks on multiple spatiotemporal scales, particularly the subseasonal to seasonal (S2S) timescale, […]
Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Seminar Forecasting a Continuum of Environmental Threats (FACETs): Verification of the Tornado and Lightning Plumes and developing a new Plume Kernel Ian Gesell Friday, February 28th 3:00pm/NWC 5600 Forecasting a Continuum of Environmental Threats (FACETs) is a proposed framework that will modify the current watch and warning system to communicate […]