“UASes give us a very flexible option to get out and obtain imagery in a timely manner and obtain very high resolution imagery of the damage that tornadoes produce.”
“If it ain't broke, don't fix it”. That saying certainly fits weather balloons. Today, the NOAA National Weather Service relies on the same principles established over two centuries ago. Here are the basics: A balloon uses gas to rise to a high altitude.
A conversation with meteorology professionals, about their job duties and other fields of meteorology graduates can consider.
A conversation with current and recently-graduated meteorology students, about what it's like to pursue a degree in meteorology.