High Impact Weather Citizen Science Guidance
In 2015, the WMO (World Meteorology Organization) WWRP (World Weather Research Programme) established the High-impact Weather Project (HIWeather). The 10-year research project is aimed at achieving dramatic improvements in the effectiveness of weather- related hazard warnings, following recent
The Final Report of the First Meeting of the Standing Committee on Services for Aviaton (SC-AVI) Expert Team on Aeronautical Meteorological Hazards Science (ET-MHS-1) is now available here. The meeting was held online on 13, 15 and 16 September 2021. Working documentation addressed during ET-MHS-1
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Bulletin nº : Vol 70 (2) - 2021 is now available online. Article 4: Modernizing Data Exchange for Earth System Monitoring and Prediction examines the infrastructure and technology supporting the WMO global data exchange – from its origins more than 50 years ago to the present day. It then looks
Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic restrictions, delivering hands-on training and maintaining competence in the aeronautical meteorology domain has suffered dramatically over the past 18 months. As a result, training institutes and meteorological service providers have progressively shifted from
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The final report of SERCOM-1 (WMO-No. 1259) is now available in all official languages here
WIS2.0 Demonstration Projects Workshop was held on 13,14,20,21 September 2021 There were 11 projects presented during the workshop. The presentations, recordings, and the final report are now available on the meeting page. For those who don't have the access to the Vimeo Platform, you can also find
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First Circular and Call for Papers Seventh WMO International Workshop on Monsoons (IWM-7) 23-26 March 2022, New Delhi, India Advancing the Prediction of Monsoons for Societal Benefit The International Workshop on Monsoons (IWM) is a major quadrennial symposia/workshops series under the World Weather
WHOS Webinar_Flyer
On 6 September 2021, we held a webinar on the WMO Hydrological Observing System (WHOS). The recording is now available to watch. Topics covered 00:11:52 WMO HydroHub 00:16:51 Importance of data interoperability (Presentation.pdf) 00:27:24 Introduction – WHOS as a hydrological contribution to WIS
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Strengthening of SWFP in Eastern Caribbean (MeteoWorld December 2021, Issue nº 4 / 2021) West & Central Africa: CREWS/SWFP Training delivered online (MeteoWorld June 2021, Issue nº 2/ 2021) South and Southeast Asia received an online SWFP Training Workshop (1-12 February 2021) SWFDP strengthened in
UPDATE: See News Item here posted on 25 January 2022 Original post of 30 August 2021: The United Kingdom Met Office (UKMO) and Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS), in collaboration with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), will convene Aviation Meteorology Training Seminars from 2 to 4