Purdue Severe Weather Research Lab

Photograph by Karen Kosiba
The Severe Weather Research Group at Purdue University conducts basic and applied research on thunderstorms and associated weather hazards. Here are some examples of our active projects:
  • Upscaling effects of thunderstorms on the larger-scale environment;
  • The trends and spatial climatology of tornadoes;
  • Short-term predictability, and long-lead predictions, of severe convective weather;
  • Assessment of inland risk associated with tropical cyclones

Our research tools include observations, computer simulation models, and basic theory.

Currently, the National Science Foundation provides much of our funding.

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