The interaction of tides and waves generated in the lower atmosphere can cause the mean zonal wind speed in the lower ionosphere to oscillate equivalent to a category 1 hurricane at Earth’s surface.
A new special issue of JGR: Oceans reveals the rich relationship between the ocean and tropical cyclones.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s newest High Resolution Atmospheric Model captures the influence of intraseasonal oscillations on tropical cyclone activity.
A new technique based on GPS signals could provide better wind speed measurements during hurricanes and cyclones.
A new storm-following tool continually watches for lightning over the open ocean. Combined with satellite microwave data, the new real-time observations will improve forecasts of tropical cyclones.
Hurricanes Jose and Maria temporarily decelerated this powerful ocean current’s flow last year, according to data from an ocean glider that rode the stream between Florida and Massachusetts.
Cross-tropopause ozone transport in midlatitude cyclones, coincident with dry air intrusions, is derived from satellite and reanalysis data organized in cyclone-centric coordinates.
Could overreliance on cell networks to transmit data leave instruments in the dark after the next storm hits?
This hurricane season has broken multiple records already.
Florida residents prepare for potentially catastrophic winds and flooding.