Winter Weather

Winter Weather

Researchers and forecasters work together to improve forecasts where the mountains meet the sea.
Golden maple leaf casts shadow on white snow
It wasn't all that cold, but it certainly was wet.
Sudden heat-ups of the outer atmosphere are gaining attention for their impacts on communications, but can they be forecast?
UCAR's COMET Program partners with the Canadian Meteorological Service for expert training.
Can we expect to see more snow—or less?
What if the vehicles ahead of you could send weather data to a smart system, warning you of ice or fog just ahead?
Closeup of a ruler
It takes more than a ruler in a snowbank to get accurate snow depth measurements.
PLOWS campaign opens a window on how snow develops in clouds.
Snow day in Miami, buried in Boston, and more.

 


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