A new study suggests that more robust turbine design is needed to weather high winds.
Researchers present a novel method for analyzing how wind shear affects tropical cyclone strength and structure.
Japanese researchers study explosive cyclones with models to simulate decades of ocean circulation data.
Advanced real-time data buoys have observed nine strong typhoons in the northwestern Pacific Ocean since 2015, providing high-resolution data and reducing the uncertainty of numerical model forecasts.
Researchers have uncovered a new connection between sea surface temperatures in the Atlantic and tropical cyclones in the eastern Pacific that could improve accuracies of future cyclone forecasts.
Scientists use a new remote-controlled robot to capture data from the middle of an open ocean typhoon.
Quantitative predictions about tropical storms require an understanding of even their smallest physical processes. A new study observes unusual microphysics in 2014's Typhoon Matmo.
Record-breaking oceanic and atmospheric conditions led to a remarkable season in a key Pacific hurricane development region.
A new modeling study gives insight into how tropical cyclones affected ecosystems in the southeastern United States between 2002 and 2012.
5th Workshop on European Storms: Impacts and Predictability; Bern, Switzerland, 31 August to 2 September 2015