Sandy terrorized the Northeast region of the United States, leaving thousands of civilians homeless and out of utilities such as water and electricity.
Our work focuses on atmospheric dynamics and thermodynamics in the midlatitudes.
Currently, he has active projects focused on extratropical cyclone hazards, e. Analysis of Global Precipitation Measurement observations to improve our understanding of midlatitude precipitation: Department of Energy Climate and Environmental Sciences Division, in support of the Atmospheric Systems Research program Publications Please email me if you need a copy of any of these papers.
An examination of the relationship between large-scale environment and low-level cloud properties. Extratropical cyclone precipitation life cycles: Journal of Hydrometeorology, 19, -doi: Atmosphere surface storm track response to resolved ocean mesoscale in two sets of global climate model experiments.
Climate Dynamics, Accepted Naud, C. Observational Constraint for Precipitation in Extratropical Cyclones: Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 57, —, https: The relationship between extratropical cyclone steering and blocking along the North American East Coast.
Geophysical Research Letters, Winter storm intensity, hazards and property losses in the New York tri-state area. Journal of Climate, Journal of Climate, 30, — Comparing hurricane and extratropical storm surge for the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast Coast of the United States for The relationship between boundary layer stability and cloud cover in the post-cold frontal region.
Arctic cut-off high drives the poleward shift of a new Greenland melting record. The paths of extratropical cyclones associated with wintertime high wind events in the Northeast United States. Journal of Applied Meterol. A review of historical and future changes of extratropical cyclones and associated impacts along the U.
Current Climate Change Reports. Current Climate Change Reports 1, Diagnosing warm frontal cloud formation in a GCM: A novel approach using conditional subsetting. Journal of Climate, 26, Multiple satellite observations of cloud cover in extratropical cyclones.Risk assessment of hurricane storm surge for New York City N.
Hurricanes and tropical storms can put a data center out of commission for a day, a week, or permanently. All businesses, especially those operating in hurricane-prone areas, should be . 84 tropical or subtropical cyclones have affected the state of New York since the 17th century. The state of New York is located along the East Coast of the United States, in the Northeastern portion of the country. The strongest of these storms was the New England hurricane, which struck Long Island as a Category 3 storm on the . Rapid Intensiﬁcation of a Sheared Tropical Storm JOHN MOLINARI AND DAVID VOLLARO Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, University at Albany, State University of New York, Albany, New York.
Lin,1 K. A. Emanuel,2 J. A. Smith,1 and E. Vanmarcke1 Introduction  Hurricanes present major hazards for the United Risk assessment of hurricane storm surge for New [.
Peak storm-tide elevations from Hurricane Sandy were compared with data for the intense nor’easter of December 11–13, , and Hurricane Irene (August 27–28, ), which weakened to a tropical storm before arriving in New York. New York City will close its beaches and consider restricting access to bridges as the region prepares for tropical storm Hermine to hit over the holiday weekend.
AN ANALYSIS OF TROPICAL STORM SURGE TRENDS FOR THE ATLANTIC COAST OF THE UNITED STATES A Thesis Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Louisiana State University and.
While the storm had reached as high as category 3 on hurricane scale during its journey through the Caribbean, the wind speed had dropped to 90 mph by the time it came ashore in the New York region, after making its way up the eastern seaboard.
GIS Storm Response and Recovery Assessment Group Page 1 INTRODUCTION The fall of will enter the history books of Yankee lore as proof of the old adage, if you don’t like the.