The NOAA Weather Program Office (WPO) is currently reviewing proposals for the FY24 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO). This year’s NOFO will fund approximately three to six new projects totaling up to $2 million per year through the Climate Testbed and Fire Weather competitions and is published on grants.gov.
Applications for FY24 NOFO are under review
- September 7, 2023 : NOFO Webinar
- September 19, 2023: Deadline to submit Letters of Intent (LOI)
- LOI Response – October 19, 2023 (approximately)
- November 16, 2023, 5:00 p.m. EST: Deadline to submit full proposals
FY24 Notice of Funding Links
FY2024 NOFO Webinar – NOAA Central Library
September 7, 2023
The WPO held an informational webinar on September 7 hosted by the NOAA Central Library Seminars.
The recording has been posted on the NOAA Central Library YouTube channel. The webinar reviews this year’s competition objectives and is followed by a Q&A session.
Date: September 7, 2023 | 1-1:45 PM ET
Speakers: Jordan Dale, Testbeds, Air Quality & Fire Weather Program Manager, Weather Program Office; and Lingyan Xin, Synoptic Program Manager, Weather Program Office
Moderator: Tamara Battle, Policy & Partnerships Lead, Weather Program Office
Sponsors: This seminar is sponsored by OAR and NOAA Central Library
Seminar Contact: NOAA Central Library Seminars (email@example.com)
About the Speakers: Jordan is the Testbeds and Air Quality Program Manager for the Weather Program Office (WPO). Previously, Jordan was a contractor supporting WPO’s Observations and JTTI Programs. Prior to joining WPO, Jordan worked as a meteorologist at the National Weather Service (NWS) Forecast Office just outside of Detroit, MI for two years and as a federal contractor in the Department of Energy’s Wind and Water Power Technologies Office for three years where he supported the wind and water resource characterization portfolios. Jordan has a B.S. in Meteorology from Penn State University and M.S. in Atmospheric Science from NC State University.
Lingyan is the Synoptic Program Manager for the Fire Weather Competition at WPO. Prior to WPO, Lingyan spent 22 years at the NWS Meteorological Development Laboratory (MDL), where she played a role in designing and developing hydrometeorological applications for the NWS AWIPS system. Her technical skills have been pivotal in the development of NOAA’s Virtual Lab (VLab) and leading the successful transition of the Interactive Multisensor Snow and Ice Mapping System (IMS) from NESDIS to NWS. Lingyan holds a PhD in Atmospheric Science from the University of Alberta.
Tamara is the Policy and Partnerships Lead for WPO, assisting in coordinating and overseeing various aspects of the Weather Research and Forecasting Innovation Act of 2017, and other weather policy topics for WPO and OAR. Tamara has a B.S. in Environmental Science from Medgar Evers College, CUNY, M.A. in Geology from The City College of New York, CUNY, and M.S. in Atmospheric Sciences from Howard University. Currently, Tamara is a doctoral candidate at Morgan State University, where she is completing her studies in Environmental Engineering.