El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) predictability is examined in a new global coupled retrospective forecast ensemble for the 20th Century.
A new study focuses on the rapid growth of tropical cyclones and their destructive potential.
The differences between future and present subseasonal predictability in the Northern Hemisphere provided by the tropics are evaluated using neural networks.
Hurricane winds can lead to coast downwelling, which brings warmer surface water near the coast and can contribute to the intensification of the landfalling hurricane.
A new study presents the first evidence of the existence of an intraseasonal westward-propagating moisture mode over the Western Hemisphere.
An optimal approach for detection and attribution studies using the CMIP6 Detection and Attribution Model Intercomparison Project (DAMIP).
Assimilation of Aeolus winds in the ECMWF analyses and forecasts improves the Kelvin Waves representation and forecasts in the tropical tropopause layer.
Changes in sea surface temperature during ENSO events and radiation are related, suggesting a two-way coupling between sea surface temperature and radiation in coupled climate variability.
An examination of the relationship between the diurnal variation of cloud overshooting tops density and typhoon intensity in 45 typhoons, using the Himawari-8 Satellite.
An analysis of the impact of targeted observations from the Geostationary Interferometric Infrared Sounder at high-temporal resolution on forecasts for Typhoon Maria in 2018.