A new study analyzes temperature and moisture variations in different layers of the atmosphere to improve forecasting of Indian summer monsoon precipitation patterns.
Better calculations of bolt length could help quantify how much climate-changing nitrogen oxide gas is made when lightning strikes.
Lower anthropogenic aerosol emissions in the 21st century may lead to warming that drives the Intertropical Convergence Zone northward.
Challenges in predicting and simulating the Madden-Julian Oscillation indicate a lack of understanding of the atmospheric circulation pattern's fundamental physics.
Models show that an abrupt increase in carbon dioxide emissions would trigger feedback processes that would change Earth's hydrological cycle.
A team of researchers put an array of space- and ground-based weather instruments to the test and found that the common weather balloon is irreplaceable for forecasting rainfall.
Storms over the Indian Ocean show that precipitation type depends on oceanic airflow.
Cooling inorganic and organic aqueous solutions makes the particles into more robust seeds of clouds.
How can a complex atmospheric process be simplified for a model?