The National Weather Association’s (NWA) Annual Meeting was held remotely this year, in lieu of the originally-planned gathering in Tulsa, OK, with a number of MDL staff members in “virtual attendance.” In what certainly was a Lab highlight during the week’s proceedings, the MDL National Blend of Models (NBM) team received the NWA Operational Achievement Group Award.
Staff members from the NWS’s Meteorological Development Laboratory (MDL) were on hand this January at the 100th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society in Boston, MA, participating in many of the activities connected with the Annual Meeting’s special sessions.
June 4, 2019 was a very big day for NBM. NWS CR turned off regional blends like SuperBlend and WModel, and started using NBM v3.1 to initialize (twice a day) all the forecast grids beyond the short term (roughly Days 3-7).
Threats-In-Motion Workshop was held at the National Weather Center in Norman, OK to bring participants up to date on the latest findings from research-to-operations (R2O) efforts in support of FACETs transition framework for convective hazards.