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Met TEA

Free

Met TEA is an event where all members of the School of Meteorology are invited to come together to share their Thoughts, Encouragements, or Announcements. Each week, we serve cookies and seasonal beverages one afternoon and gather at the southeast seating area of the 5th floor of the National Weather Center.  

At 3:30 pm
NWC 5th floor

In-Situ measurements and remotely sensed estimations of surface fluxes over the Southern Great Plains of the United States

Free

Evapotranspiration (ET) is an important variable in the hydrologic cycle. As such, improved understanding of the spatial and temporal variability of ET is critical to weather and climate analysis and prediction, water management resources, agriculture, land-use and land-change projects, and ecological research.

At 10:00 am
National Weather Center, 120 David L Boren Blvd. Norman, OK 73072 Room 5930

Near Surface Atmospheric Impacts Resulting from a Developing Metropolitan Area

Free

Over the past century, the population of the world has become increasingly urbanized. As a result, cities have become larger and more densely populated than any time in history. This unprecedented growth and rapid modification of the surface has impacted the overlying boundary-layer of the atmosphere.

At 10:30 am
National Weather Center, 120 David L Boren Blvd. Norman, OK 73072 Room 2901A

Investigating the Downstream Impacts of TPVs on Predictability Using MPAS/MPAS-DART

Free

The prediction of a particular feature called a Tropopause Polar Vortex (TPV) has downstream implications on larger-scale atmospheric evolution and forecast skill. The TPV is a feature found in the Arctic that can persist for many days before ultimately exerting a major impact on weather forecasts over North America.

At 3:00 pm
National Weather Center, 120 David L Boren Blvd. Norman, OK 73072 Room 5930

In-Situ measurements and remotely sensed estimations of surface fluxes over the Southern Great Plains of the United States.

Free

Evapotranspiration (ET) is an important variable in the hydrologic cycle. As such, improved understanding of the spatial and temporal variability of ET is critical to weather and climate analysis and prediction, water management resources, agriculture, land-use and land-change projects, and ecological research.

At 2:00 pm
National Weather Center, 120 David L Boren Blvd. Norman, OK 73072 Room 5600