NASA IMPACTS Winter 2020 field phase begins

During January and February 2020, group members Matthew Miller, Sandra Yuter, Laura Tomkins, Ronak Patel, and Daniel Hueholt will spend time at NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia supporting mission science and forecasting for the NASA Investigation of Microphysics and Precipitation for Atlantic Coast-Threatening Snowstorms (IMPACTS) field program. Matthew Miller will also go to Hunter Army Airfield in Georgia to work in mission science support for the NASA ER-2 aircraft. Image: Meteorology majors Daniel Hueholt and Ronak Patel standing in front of the P3 research aircraft at NASA Wallops Island Flight Facility. Both students did winter storm forecasting and P3 aircraft data collection for the NASA IMPACTS field program.

Poster presentations at NCSU Summer 2018 Undergraduate Research Symposium

On 31 July 2018, Lindsay Hochstatter, Ronak Patel and Daniel Hueholt presented posters on their research at the North Carolina State University Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Luke Allen and Levi Lovell served as mentors for all three students. Research topics were: the speed of cloud-clearing transitions, the internal structure of snow storms, and air temperature variability within urban heat islands.