Dynamic meteorology is the branch of fluid dynamics concerned with the meteorologically significant motions of the atmosphere. It forms the primary scientific basis for weather and climate prediction, and thus plays a primary role in atmospheric sciences. The research performed by the dynamic meteorology group covers a range of topics including atmospheric deep convection, extra-tropical cyclones, heat waves, ensemble prediction and algorithmic parameter estimation techniques as well as future changes to our weather and climate on global and regional scales.
The Dynamic Meteorology group studies a wide range of topics all of which are related to better understanding the Earth's weather and...
New paper published
A new paper "Vertical Temperature Structure Associated with Evaporation of Stratiform Precipitation in Idealized WRF Simulations” by M. Virman,...
Dynamic Meteorology group welcomes 4 summer students.
This summer we welcome four summer students to our group.