The RMetS publishes seven world-leading science journals, covering all aspects of weather and climate. Here you will find a selection of journal papers summarised using plain language, making the often complex research more accessible to a broader audience.
A comparison of statistical and dynamical downscaling methods for short-term weather forecasts in the US Northeast
Extreme precipitation events in the Mediterranean: Spatiotemporal characteristics and connection to large‐scale atmospheric flow patterns
Understanding mechanisms for trends in Sahelian squall lines: Roles of thermodynamics and shear
Hailstorms in the Alpine region: Diurnal cycle, 4D-characteristics, and the nowcasting potential of lightning properties
Examining trends in multiple parameters of seasonally‐relative extreme temperature and dew point events across North America
Vulnerability of hop-yields due to compound drought and heat events over European key-hop regions
North Atlantic centers of action and seasonal to subseasonal temperature variability in Europe and eastern North America
Linking weather patterns to regional extreme precipitation for highlighting potential flood events in medium‐ to long‐range forecasts
Reducing air pollution increases the local diurnal temperature range: A case study of Lanzhou, China
Changes in the relationship between Indian Ocean dipole and Indian summer monsoon rainfall
How could a difference of 0.5°C in global warming modify the mean and extreme climate conditions around Antarctica?
Projected increase in compound dry and hot events over global land areas
Southern hemisphere tropical cyclones: A critical analysis of regional characteristics
Future changes in Aridity Index at two and four degrees of global warming above preindustrial levels
Dynamics and oceanic response of the Madeira tip‐jets