Every Tuesday, climate center staff share detailed updates on local drought conditions.
In a new paper, atmospheric scientists describe a breakthrough in making accurate predictions of weather, weeks ahead.
Assistant Professor Kristen Rasmussen has been selected as one of 35 finalists to participate in the first class of the American Meteorological Society’s Early Career Leadership Academy (ECLA).
The School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) is hosting a March 7 panel discussion on the powerful contribution women are making towards sustainable development.
This winter's snowfall in the mountains that feed the Colorado has been far short of average overall but varies widely.
Becky Bolinger, assistant state climatologist, shared an update on mountain snowpack conditions and what they portend for the rest of winter.
A new NOAA-supported study says that teleconnections with certain phases of a recurring tropical rainfall pattern could extend weather predictions up to 20-25 days in advance.
How would today’s weather patterns look in a warmer, wetter atmosphere – an expected shift portended by climate change? Researcher Kristen Rasmussen offers new insight into this question.
The study of these smoke particles – their size, composition, dispersion and interaction with clouds and atmospheric processes – has a rich interdisciplinary history at CSU.