CSU experts can discuss Hurricane Patricia.
A team from CSU's Department of Atmospheric Science is participating with researchers from nearly two dozen universities and research organizations to solve the mystery of severe weather after dark.
Eight named storms, and only one major hurricane, expected to form in the Atlantic for 2015.
“Destructive Airbursts: from Tunguska to Chelyabinsk and beyond” will be presented at 4 p.m. on May 1 at the Natural Resources Building, Room 113.
The White House has installed a CoCoRaHS rain gauge and is now submitting data to the CSU-based precipitation monitoring network.
The CSU-based Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow network received a grant to launch the program.
Graeme Stephens is the second CSU faculty member in less than a year to be elected to a National Academy.