1. A picture of the traveling exhibit at the Boulder Public Library

    NCAR’s new traveling climate exhibit hits the road

    NCAR has launched a traveling climate exhibit, designed to connect with communities across the country to share the science of climate change and the impact it’s having on people’s everyday lives.

    • Education + Outreach

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  2. Rain over Beinn Eich, Luss Hills, Scotland

    Scientists predict average late-winter precipitation in western Europe for the next decade

    In a new study, scientists at NCAR show that the average March precipitation over the next 10 years in western Europe is predictable using a novel method. The research team also issued a forecast for the coming years.

    • Weather

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  3. Washington Update: September 30, 2019

    Congress has acted to avoid a government shutdown, the House Science Committee held a hearing on forecasting extreme weather events in a changing climate, and the Senate approved its version of a bill to fund the federal science agencies.

    • Government Relations

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  4. Mushing on the Yukon River in winter. (Image: NPS/Josh Spice)

    Researchers partner with Native Alaskan, Yukon communities to study climate impacts on rivers, fish

    Researchers at CU Boulder and NCAR have been awarded $3 million in funding from NSF to study the changing climate and rivers of Alaska and western Canada.

    • Climate

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  5. Air quality map showing ground-level ozone levels across the US

    NCAR generates experimental 48-hour forecasts of U.S. air quality

    NCAR has started to generate high-resolution experimental, 48-hour forecasts of air pollutants across the contiguous United States.

    • Air Quality

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