Welcome

Located in the Atmospheric Science program at UW-Milwaukee, we use numerical models and theory to conduct research into the dynamics and predictability of mesoscale meteorological phenomena.

Graduate Student Opportunities

Interested in joining an intellectually-stimulating research team that conducts exciting mesoscale meteorological research? We seek up to one graduate student to join our group in Fall 2017 for graduate study.

Latest News

October 26, 2016 - Grunzke and Evans (2016), exploring the predictability and dynamics of the 8 May 2009 "Super Derecho," was accepted for publication! Look for it in Monthly Weather Review early release now!

Our Group

We use a combination of numerical modeling and theory to conduct research into the dynamics and predictability of mesoscale phenomena, including convection initiation, mesoscale convective systems, and tropical cyclones. Group alumni have gone on to employment in both research and operations.

Clark Evans

Prof. Clark Evans

Caitlin Crossett

Caitlin Crossett

MCS Rear Inflow
Jet Dynamics

Aidan Kuroski

Aidan Kuroski

Conjoined CI and
MCS Predictability

David Nevius

David Nevius

WRF-ARW Inversion
Representation

Kevin Prince

Kevin Prince

Genesis of Karl (2010)
during PREDICT