Comparing the importance of midlatitude cyclones and post-tropical cyclones on European windstorms during the Atlantic hurricane season using ERA-5 reanalysis.
Analysis of tornadogenesis processes on a shallow supercell associated with Typhoon Hagibis using finely resolved rapid-scan radar observations at a very close range.
The observational evidence of the wind field of Hurricane Michael using radar imagery showed an eyewall structure evolution with elliptical, triangular, and square shapes for the first time.
A new conceptual framework on how convection works in the tropics helps advance understanding of the contrast between land and ocean and how the tropics will respond to climate change.
A new mechanism explains changes in the probability distribution of tropical rainfall, which is not expected to change uniformly in a warming climate.
Unique observations used to examine the structure and mass balance of hurricanes’ top levels find that regions of high pressure violate the gradient wind balance.
How does vertical wind shear impact the characteristics of gravity waves generated by tropical cyclones?
An idealized model explores whether hurricane intensity forecasts could potentially be improved by incorporating coastal surface currents data.