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Department of Meteorology – University of Reading

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Simon Lee

How can the stratosphere help us predict the weather several weeks ahead?

Check out the latest forecasts of the stratospheric polar vortex here!

Responsibilities:

Publications:

2019


Research Interests:

  • Stratosphere-troposphere coupling
  • Polar vortex dynamics
  • Extended-range predictability
  • Climate dynamics
  • Jet streams
  • Extratropical cyclones
  • Climate change

Research Projects:

  • 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.

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Research Groups:

Other Interests:

  • Science communication - I have a blog!
  • Running and road cycling
  • Twitter!
  • Football

Last update: 1st April 2019

Contact

s.h.lee@pgr.reading.ac.uk

Office:

1U07 -

Phone:

7893

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