Analysis and Prediction of High-Impact Weather Events

Left to right, top row: Chris Marciano, Xiaoyu Long, Prof. Walt Robinson, Lindsay Blank, Jennifer Tate. Bottom row: Nate Farrington, Prof. Gary Lackmann, Jeff Willison, Allison Michaelis

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The objectives of our research are to improve understanding and prediction of high-impact weather events. We utilize observations, theory, and numerical models in attaining these goals.

In recent years, we have studied extratropical and tropical cyclones, organized convection, winter storms, heavy precipitation events, and topographically forced flows. We seek to improve short-term prediction of these phenomena through enhanced understanding of the physical mechanisms responsible for their evolution, and optimization of process representation in numerical models. The question of how longer-term climate change might affect the frequency and severity of high-impact events is another topic of our ongoing investigations.

Professor Gary Lackmann

Jordan Hall

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This web page was originally developed by Scott Kennedy, Richard Yablonsky, Kelly Mahoney, Barrett Smith and Gary Lackmann.

Group photo taken by Laura Holland.