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A Climatology-Based Forecast Tool for Coastal Flooding in the Low Country

A new JAMC study discusses a climatology-based forecast tool that will assist forecasters in more accurately predicting tides that cause numerous inundations per year in the Charleston area. 

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Significance Statements
Significance Statements

Significance statements are optional statements written in plain language that focus on why the work matters and provide additional context for why the work is relevant to science and society. Authors submitting to AMS Journals (except BAMS) now can include a Significance Statement as part of their paper. Visit our significance statements page for more information. The Significance Statement option for authors submitting to other AMS journals will be added later this year.

The Hazards Posed by Mesoscale Lightning Megaflashes
The Hazards Posed by Mesoscale Lightning Megaflashes

A recent study in Earth Interactions explores lightning megaflashes using measurements from the GOES-16 Geostationary Lightning Mapper along with Earth Networks Global Lightning Network observations to better understand the hazards posed by these megaflashes.

On the Performance of Airborne Meteorological Observations against Other In Situ Measurements
On the Performance of Airborne Meteorological Observations against Other In Situ Measurements

Observations taken in flight by commercial aircraft over a 1-yr period are evaluated against operational National Weather Service radiosondes to characterize the performance of these systems in similar environments in a recent article in JAMC.

Key Factors Influencing the Severity of Fluvial Flood Hazard from Tropical Cyclones
Key Factors Influencing the Severity of Fluvial Flood Hazard from Tropical Cyclones

A new global study in JHM examines landfalling TCs from 2010 to 2019 to identify those characteristics that influence whether a storm has an increased flood hazard to help with flood early warning.

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