• Unidata Welcomes New Committee Members Unidata Welcomes New Committee Members
    September 18, 2017
    New and returning committee members
    New and returning committee members

    The Unidata Program Center is pleased to welcome new members to the program's governing committees. Committee members normally serve three-year terms; terms are finishing up for three members of the Users committee and two members of the Strategic Advisory committee. New members and those finishing their terms will overlap for one meeting: a Joint meeting of the Users Committee and the Strategic Advisory Committee to be held October 16-18 at the Unidata Program Center in Boulder, CO.

    The UPC staff looks forward to working with our new committee members, and to having all the current members of both committees at the Program Center this fall.

  • MetPy Monday - Harvey and Irma MetPy Monday - Harvey and Irma
    September 11, 2017
    Seisminc noise from hurricane Irma
    Hurricane Irma

    Wow! We’ve had a very active couple of weeks in the Atlantic and the MetPy team is interrupting its planned series of MetPy Monday posts with a bit of timely data analysis and some interesting animations. The new (and still experimental/non-operational) GOES-16 satellite has provided us with some incredible views of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and likely will with Jose as well.

    Head over to the MetPy Mondays collection on the Unidata Developers blog to read the full article.

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