Category: Expertise: Meteorology

Apr 30, 2019

Scott Stevens on The Weather Channel's AMHQ

On April 30, 2019, Scott Stevens appeared live on the AMHQ program on The Weather Channel, speaking with Jim Cantore and Stephanie Abrams about recent…

Sep 25, 2018

Putting Hurricane Florence into Historical Perspective

Preliminary research by NCICS’ Kenneth Kunkel indicates that Hurricane Florence was among the rainiest storms to hit the United States in the last 70 years. Based…

 
Sep 19, 2018

Carl Schreck: ACC Today Interview

GOES-16 image of Hurricane Florence, September 13, 2018. As Hurricane Florence was headed towards the North Carolina coast last week, several universities in the Atlantic…

Andrew Ballinger

Andrew Ballinger joined NCICS as a Postdoctoral Scholar in July 2016, as a part of the Urban Resilience to Extremes Sustainability Research Network (UREx SRN).…

Ge Peng

Satellite Product Characterization, Calibration and Validation

Dr. Peng holds a Ph.D. in Meteorology from the Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science (RSMAS), University of Miami, with extensive training and work…

Carl Schreck

Tropical climate variability

Dr. Schreck investigates tropical weather and its impacts around the globe. He is particularly interested in identifying and predicting the Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO) and equatorial…

Olivier Prat

Quantitative Precipitation Estimation

Dr. Olivier Prat has worked on precipitation science for over 10 years. His work bridges theoretical modeling and observations. As a postdoctoral researcher at Duke…

Scott Stevens

Data analysis

Mr. Stevens received his Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from the University of Oklahoma and his Master of Science degree in Atmospheric Science from…

Jared Rennie

Meterological Applications, Large scale Datasets

Jared Rennie is a research meteorologist at the North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies (NCICS), housed within NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) in…

Apr 15, 2016

The Relationship between the Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO) and Southeastern New England Snowfall

Between January 24 and February 15, 2015, an incredible 90.2 inches of snow fell at Logan Airport in Boston, Massachusetts. Although snowfalls of this magnitude…