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Using an unprecedented pair of high-resolution regional coupled ocean–atmosphere model simulations, thermodynamically and dynamically forced hydroclimatic changes in the four representative seasons over Peninsular Florida are investigated in a new article in JHM.
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An in-depth analysis of natural hailstone shapes, which hold implications for modeling of hail processes, hailstone fall behaviors including fall speeds, and remote sensing signatures of hail, is presented in JAS.
Although uncommon, some tornadoes can take sudden left turns from their previous paths. A technique for predicting this type of deviant motion in tornadoes is described in a recent study in Weather and Forecasting.
In a new study in WCAS, learn how several Pacific meteorological services are now using traditional seasonal calendars in their climate communication and education, including in forecasts and warnings.