How close are we to being able to predict severe storms and tornadoes weeks or months ahead of time?
Hear from Harold Brooks (NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory) and Michael Tippett (International Research Institute for Climate and Society) on the state of the science, and Alice Underwood (Willis Re North America) on why insurance companies are keen to be part of the discussion.
Interviews are from a workshop (March 14/15) held at IRI and the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory that brought together the nation’s experts on tornadoes and violent thunderstorms to discuss ways to advance our poor understanding of their relation to climate, and how to predict them on a practical scale.
Video by Francesco Fiondella
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