Small-scale collisions between pools of cold air may play an important role in organizing hurricanes and other crucial atmospheric phenomena, according to newly developed conceptual models.
A “moist shell” makes all the difference in how some storms evolve.
A new framework provides scientists with a more precise understanding of potential evaporation from drying land surfaces.
Scientists use high-resolution models to study how the jagged terrain of the Earth's mountains influences precipitation.
Fine-scale simulations of cumulus cloud layers could help improve weather and climate models.