New models (such as the Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting Model) are able to simulate hurricane structures as small as 1.2 miles across, improving predictions.
Tuesday, July 28. 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. ET. To log in, click here and enter the passcode 20910. Call-in details will pop up on-screen after you log in. Please share your connection with others as space is limited.
The presentations and a recording of the webinar will be available at that link after the webinar.
Speakers Rick Knabb (NOAA National Hurricane Center) A Decade of Advances at the National Hurricane Center since Hurricane Katrina
Gerry Bell (NOAA Climate Prediction Center) Evolution of NOAA’s Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlooks Since 2005
Robert Atlas (NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory) HFIP: NOAA's Project to Improve the Accuracy of Hurricane Guidance
Steven Goodman (NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service) GOES-R – Our New Eye on Storms from Space
Vijay Tallapragada (NOAA Environmental Modeling Center) Advancements in Operational Hurricane Forecast Guidance from NCEP/EMC HWRF Modeling System: Progress in Hurricane Forecast Improvements During the Last Decade since Hurricane Katrina
Jeff Payne (NOAA National Ocean Service) Advancing Risk Communication and Management through Social Science and Technology
Tom Knutson (NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory) Hurricane Modeling and Prediction across Timescales at GFDL
Jim Kossin (University of Wisconsin, Madison) Past and Projected Poleward Migration of Typhoons
Mel Landry (NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service Habitat Restoration Division) Progress in Habitat Restoration in Coastal Louisiana Since Katrina