How can the stratosphere help us predict the weather several weeks ahead?Check out the latest GFS and GEFS forecasts of the stratospheric polar vortex here!
- Administrator, The Weather Game
- Editor, The Social Metwork
- PhD Demonstrator, Weather and Climate Discussion (WCD)
- Student committee member, AMS Committee on Middle Atmosphere
- Committee member, RMetS South-East Local Centre
- Lee, S. H. and A. H. Butler, 2019: The 2018-19 Arctic stratospheric polar vortex. Weather, in press.
- Lee, S. H., P. D. Williams, and T. H. A. Frame, 2019: Increased shear in the North Atlantic upper-level jet stream over the past four decades. Nature, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-019-1465-z
- Lee, S. H., A. J. Charlton-Perez, J. C. Furtado, and S. J. Woolnough, 2019: Abrupt stratospheric vortex weakening associated with North Atlantic anticyclonic wave breaking. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JD030940
- Stratosphere-troposphere coupling
- Polar vortex dynamics
- Extended-range predictability
- Climate dynamics
- Jet streams
- Extratropical cyclones
- Climate change
- How can the stratosphere help us predict the weather several weeks ahead? This NERC-SCENARIO funded project looks to improve sub-seasonal (15-30 day) forecasts through a better understanding of stratosphere-troposphere coupling. A brief description can be found here.
- Andrew Charlton-Perez, University of Reading
- Steve Woolnough, University of Reading
- Jason Furtado, University of Oklahoma
Last update: 1st April 2019