A panel of eight NOAA federal employees and affiliates including three from WPO joined the University of Maryland American Meteorological Society (AMS) Student Chapter for a dynamic conversation on careers in NOAA!
The Earth Prediction Innovation Center (EPIC) and the Unified Forecast System (UFS) community are proud to announce the public release of the UFS Short-Range Weather (SRW) Application version 2.2.0.
The Weather Program Office (WPO), in its promulgation of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice and Accessibility (DEIJA) initiatives and commitment to the WPO Workforce and the Organization of the Future, proudly presents its FY24 – FY26 DEIJA Strategic Implementation Plan!
WPO Is a Part of History as NOAA and Partners Set Two New World Records in the Hurricane Observing Mission
WPO is part of history as two projects funded by the WPO Observations Program are supporting NOAA’s hurricane observing mission, which is being recognized in the 2024 Guinness World Records Book.
Are you planning to submit a proposal for the WPO FY24 NOFO? Before you apply, be sure to check out these FAQs about the competition.
The NOAA Weather Program Office (WPO) is proud to announce the awards for the FY23 Notice of Funding.
Four projects have been selected for the FY23 WPO VORTEX-USA Awards. The grant total for the four selected projects equals $2.5M with each project being funded for 3 years beginning in August 2023.
The total of funding awarded* for the eleven selected projects is approximately $4M per year.
The competition selected 12 projects from academia, government, and industry with a focus on advancing the Unified Forecast System (UFS) to become the world’s most accurate and reliable operational modeling system.
The award total* for the 10 selected projects is: $4 M in cooperative agreements.