The Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET) was established in 1989 by NOAA and UCAR as a broad effort to affect meteorology education and training in the United ...
This case contains data from the well-known "storm of the century",
which devastated the eastern third of the United States in mid-March
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This case focuses on the mid-west snow event that occurred mainly on 6
December 1995. The dynamics in this case are subtle, not a classic
super-storm system, and therefore the forecast was challenging. ...
The Western Arctic Shelf Basin Interactions (SBI) project is a
multi-year, interdisciplinary program to investigate the impact of
global change on physical, biological and geochemical processes over ...
The Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment (GEWEX) Americas
Prediction Project (GAPP) initiative is developing an improved
capability to make seasonal to annual forecasts through better land
The Land-Atmosphere-Ice Interactions (LAII) Arctic Transitions in the
Land-Atmosphere System (ATLAS) program is designed as an
interdisciplinary multi-year project with many investigators and
Case 022 focuses on the event that brought severe weather from
Buffalo, NY to Sterling, VA. This case is temporally connected to
COMET Case 018 as it follows the derecho event that moved from
Case 023 follows the development of a strong extratropical cyclone
that took place from 8-11 November 1998. Severe weather that
accompanied the case included blizzard conditions in the Upper Midwest ...
Case 024 follows the formation and rapid intensification of a cyclone
off of the southeastern U.S. coastline. The storm moved almost due
north, affecting nearly the entire eastern seaboard. In retrospect, ...
Case 025 represents one of the most devastating weather events in
Utah's history. On August 11th 1999 a tornado moved through downtown
Salt Lake City between 18:45 and 18:55 UTC. The tornado damage ...