Index of NYCMetNet Meteorologic Event Discussion Topics
The purpose of the NYCMetNet is to monitor, document, report and investigate the meteorological conditions in NYC, the surrounding metropolitan area, and supporting neighboring communities. This is accomplished with remotely-sensed data received from operational and research satellites, observing platforms and established ground-based meteorologic data collecting stations, and includes other wind reporting paradigms that the Optical Remote Sensing Laboratory of The City College of New York (ORSL) has installed or developed. Often, our event reporting utilizes data from our Radar and Sodar Wind Profilers to better define, quantify and offer data for fine analysis.
From time to time, a significant event occurs that impacts public health and well being, and is therefore of immense interest to the community, including atmospheric scientists who work on climatologic modeling techniques and algorithms. Some of that data is presented and discussed here in the context of a local weather event.
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