UCAR Next Generation Fellows: Flatirons in winter
The three awardees receive financial support for two years of graduate school and two summer internships.
Future storms will drop higher volumes of rain -- image of mesoscale convective system
Storm clusters known as mesoscale convective systems will pose a much greater flooding risk later this century in a warming climate.
Precipitation in the WRF model
A rich, new data set is giving scientists an unprecedented look at the future of weather
climate forecast map, by watershed
Water managers and streamflow forecasters can now access bi-weekly, monthly, and seasonal precipitation and temperature forecasts, broken down by individual watershed.
The Sun. Credit NASA.
The solar seasons — which change every six to 18 months from "bursty" to quiet, and vice versa — have been realistically simulated for the first time in a computer model.
Predicted La Niña for 2018
Two new studies have significantly improved scientists’ ability to predict the strength and duration of droughts caused by La Niña.
HAO eclipse gallery: side-by-side pre- and post-processed images, 1901 eclipse
Scientists are eager to capture images of this year's eclipse — but that's nothing new. Researchers have been poring over images of total solar eclipses practically since there were images available to pore over.
Cheyenne supercomputer: simulation of air flow through wind turbine
Since opening in 2012, the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center has both accelerated scientific discovery nationwide and provided a boost to its home state of Wyoming.

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