In the news: stories from around the web

 

  • enewscourier - UAH undergrads to launch balloons for V-SE tornado research campaign
  • sandmountainreporter - UAH undergrads to launch balloons for V-SE tornado research campaign
  • al.com - Chasing tornadoes, Alabama style
  • WHNT 19 - Second year of VORTEX-Southeast tornado research kicks off in the Tennessee Valley
  • WHNT 19 - VORTEX-Southeast research taking place in the air above the Tennessee Valley
  • WAAY 31 - Severe weather research begins in the Tennessee Valley
  • Rocket City Now - UAH VORTEX-SE research returns this spring
  • WDEF - SECOND YEAR OF TORNADO RESEARCH FOCUSED ON THE SOUTHEAST UNDERWAY
  • weather.com - Tornadoes in the Southeast May Be Influenced by Mountainous Terrain; VORTEX-SE Project Investigating This Spring
  • NOAA - Research on killer tornadoes in U.S. Southeast enters 2nd year
  • al.com - See lightning from space like never before in new weather tool
  • whnt.com - Team at UAH contributes to out-of-this-world lightning research
  • waaytv.com - ISS delivery includes fourth Huntsville-developed lightning sensor
  • executivegov.com - Air Force, NASA Fund Research to Improve Wind Predictions at Space Launch Complexes
  • al.com - La Nina is over; could El Nino make a comeback?
  • whnt - UAH students studying atmosphere are thankful for winter weather
  • techtimes.com - 2016 Warmest Year On Record Globally, Beats Out 1998
  • sciencedaily.com - 2016 Edges 1998 as Warmest Year on Record
  • reason.com - 2016 Could Edge Out 1998 as Hottest Year in Satellite Temperature Record
  • Foxnews.com - Extreme drought worsening quickly in Alabama
  • wisconsinagconnection - La Nina Pacific Cooling Event Strengthens
  • Fox News - Drought kills crops, threatens cattle, dries lakes in South
  • dailysentinel.com - A long, hot summer
  • decaturdaily.com - Area experiencing worst drought since 2007
  • Washington Post - Claim that jet stream crossing equator is 'Climate Emergency' is utter nonsense
  • The Christian Science Monitor - Ozone hole on the mend, say scientists (+video)