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.
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Now visiting @UniTrento and Prof. @ZardiDino. Learning about mountain meteorology and getting overwhelmed by all th… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Very interesting visit to the University of Innsbruck. Lots of great tips on our mountain meteorology and mountain… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

I enjoyed talking to the students from @DSHelsinki about meteorology, climate change and @INAR_fin activities this… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Strong winds in western Scotland due to #StormBrendan. 87 mph = 140 km/hr = 39 m/s. twitter.com/SeanBattySTV/s…