3D-printed Low-cost Weather Station

COMET/UCAR Online — Promoting its initiative to develop and deploy low-cost weather instrumentation globally, the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) will be at Meteorological Technology World Expo (09-11 October 2018) to demonstrate its 3D-printed automatic weather station (3D-PAWS), which

NASA Satellite Finds Hurricane Florence Undergoing Eyewall Replacement

NASA’s Aqua satellite provided an infrared look at powerful Hurricane Florence early on Sept. 11 that indicated it was likely undergoing eyewall replacement. At 2:30 a.m. EDT (0630 UTC) on Sept. 11, the MODIS instrument aboard NASA’s Aqua satellite looked

NEW HOBOnet Field Monitoring System

Onset’s New Monitor of Field Conditions HOBOnet transforms the way you collect and view field data! With up to 50 wireless sensors streaming data back to one central, cloud-based weather station, you can now measure conditions over large areas once

Yale Climate Opinion Maps 3.0

Online — Announcing the latest release of our interactive mapping tool – the Yale Climate Opinion Maps (YCOM). Many have used YCOM to explore Americans’ climate change beliefs, risk perceptions and policy support at state and local levels. YCOM reveals

NEW Multiparameter Weather Sensor

Lufft WS10 weather station Online — After three years of development, extensive laboratory and field tests as well as a BETA test round at some of our partners, the time has finally come: The Lufft WS10 weather station is ready

Heatwave hits European wind energy, boosts solar production

July wind and solar performance maps Online —  The same meteorological conditions behind the current heatwave in the Western Europe have contributed to a wind drought, negatively impacting wind energy project performance in markets including the UK, France, Spain, Germany

Warm water creeps into Central Pacific

Otherwise-calm | by By Carol Rasmussen, NASA’s Earth Science News Team Online — After a mild La Niña late last year, temperatures, convection and rainfall rates in the equatorial Pacific Ocean returned to normal by early April of this year.

Vaisala’s Lightning Detection Technology Delivers the Most Precise Measurements

Siemens Extends 15-year Cooperation with Vaisala Online — Sensors built by Vaisala detect over 98% of all cloud-to-ground lightning flashes. The network of sensors locate these ground lightning flashes with a median accuracy of better than 200 metres. Based on

World Meteorological Organization’s CIMO TECO-2018 Conference

The world’s largest meteorological event | October 2018 Online  —  The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has published its preliminary program for CIMO TECO-2018, taking place in Amsterdam, Netherlands, from October 8-11. CIMO TECO-2018 will be hosted by the world’s biggest