The US National Weather Service (NWS) 2019 Satellite Applications Workshop was held 30 July-1 August 2019 and was co-sponsored by the NWS Operations Proving Ground (OPG), NWS Office of the Chief Learning Officer (OCLO), and the GOES-R and JPSS Programs. The workshop included 12 sessions in which NWS forecasters shared success stories, best practices, and ongoing challenges associated with integrating next-generation satellite products into the operational forecaster’s decision-making process.
The recorded sessions are available for viewing and include the following topics:
- Heavy Precipitation and Flash Flooding in Mountainous Terrain
- Detecting Blowing Snow
- Lake Effect Snow and Blizzard Warnings
- Mesoanalysis and Storm-Scale Applications
- Weather Prediction Center Applications
- Ocean Prediction Center Applications
- GLM Applications for Lightning Safety
- Detecting and Monitoring Volcanic Ash
- Wildfire Applications: Warn-on-Detection Fire Warnings
- Wildfire Applications: Big Timber Wildfires
- Assessing Uncertainty in Convective Operations
- Polar Book Club
This resource is hosted on COMET's YouTube Channel.