MMM History

The Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology (MMM) Laboratory is motivated by the societal need to improve information and strategies regarding high-impact weather, and continues to investigate the predictability of hazards on short-time scales, and statistics of extremes on decadal-time scales.

We are also exploring ensemble prediction and better ways to convey information within a rapidly changing environment. These efforts, coupled with fundamental research to improve simulation tools and understand processes, allow MMM to lead the community toward next-generation prediction capabilities.

Our Mission & Vision

Strategic Plan

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Visitor Program

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Who We Are

The Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology (MMM) Laboratory is comprised of approximately 70 staff as well as ongoing visiting researchers. Together, they share a mission to advance the understanding of mesoscale and microscale aspects of weather and climate.

Advisory Panel

Consisting of members of the academic and weather forecasting community who are nationally or internationally recognized leaders in their respective field

Laboratory Office

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Staff & Visitors Directory

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Organization Chart

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Diversity & Inclusion

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