Dave Radell is a Techniques Development Meteorologist at NOAA’s National Weather Service, Eastern Region Headquarters. He directly supports the WFOs, RFCs, CWSUs and NWS Headquarters by advising and coordinating scientific research and collaborative activities and training methodologies. Dave serves as the regional satellite focal point, develops regional training resources for weather forecasters; writes, reviews and contributes to scientific research publications; and evaluates new forecasting methodologies, tools, and data sets for implementation into forecast operations.
This session will be an opportunity to hear from professionals in all facets of the field of meteorology: broadcast, research, National Weather Service, international, maritime, and aviation. Professionals will give a short, verbal talk on the impact of GOES-16 data on their industry. That will be followed by a 45 minute question and answer period. […]
This session will feature six operational applications of GOES-16 that will cover how National Weather Service forecasters can use the next-generation satellite imagery for short-term forecasts, warning decisions, and impact-based decision support services. Each application case will be presented in 5 minutes and include 5 minutes of Q&A to provide the audience an opportunity to discuss how […]