As the U.S. is facing further devastation with the largest wildfire in Texas history, NOAA has released “Building Towards a Fire-Ready Nation: Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Wildfire Projects” StoryMap.
Improving the Accuracy of Weather Forecasting and Response Systems throughout the San Francisco Bay Area
Extreme precipitation in the San Francisco Bay Area can quickly result in life-threatening weather conditions, causing harm and devastation to both life and property.
Guidance from the White House has mandated that researchers who receive federal funds must make their publications and data publicly available at no cost and without delay. What are the pitfalls and promises of making scientific results publicly available in Open Data for all?
The 12th Symposium on Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise will be held at the American Meteorological Society (AMS) 104th Annual Meeting. The Subseasonal to Seasonal team at WPO will lead the Joint Sessions.
Every five years, NOAA’s Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) conducts comprehensive science reviews of its laboratories and programs.
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.
This year’s NOFO will fund approximately 3-6 new projects totaling up to $2 million per year through the Climate Testbed and Fire Weather competitions.