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A bird’s eye view!

A bird's eye view!

NSSL is working on an experimental instrument train attached to a weather balloon that includes a radiosonde (temperature, relative humidity, wind, altitude), an electric field meter, and a PArticle Size, Image, and Velocity probe (PASIV). The PASIV has an HD camera and a disdrometer. New though, is a GoPro camera attached to the train above the radiosonde looking down as the balloon rises. Excerpts from the video coming soon!

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R2O success in Birmingham

R2O success in Birmingham

The NWSFO in Birmingham, Ala. used an NSSL product to plan surveys of damage caused by the tornadoes yesterday.  NSSL’s On Demand is a web-based tool that can be used to help confirm when and where severe weather occurred. Bright reds and yellows show more intense circulations. On Demand uses data gathered and sorted by

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