CIWRO Research Leads to Improved Storm Forecasts for Spanish Speakers
Joseph Trujillo Falcón saw confusion among how Spanish speakers were receiving severe storm warnings while he was an undergraduate broadcast meteorology student at Texas A&M University. Direct translations from English didn’t carry the same urgency across the wide range of dialects. This issue spurred him to change his professional focus from forecasting to bilingual risk and crisis communication, and he joined ...go to article
Posted - April 29, 2022
Forecasting Workshop Returns to In-Person Learning
NORMAN, OK (April 22, 2022) – About two dozen National Weather Service forecasters from across the country stepped into the weather event simulator this week as a flagship workshop returned to in-person instruction at the National Weather Center for the first time in two years. The weeklong workshop is the culmination of the Radar & Applications Course (RAC), an approximately 100-hour long, blended learning ...go to article
Posted - October 26, 2021
Making Connections Between Weather and UAS
Tony Segalés Espinosa says his love of small-scale aircraft began as a kid, flying model aircraft with his dad. Today, that love transfers into engineering drones for severe weather research. Segalés Espinosa combines his robotics background and his electrical engineering knowledge to build severe weather research drones or uncrewed aerial systems. These systems will be utilized in field experiments by the NOAA ...go to article
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