LAPS at AFWA
The Local Analysis and Prediction System at the Air Force Weather Agency. The Local Analysis and Prediction System (LAPS) has come a long way since it was deployed at the Air Force Global Weather Center in 1995.
Ground-Based GPS Meteorology at FSL: A New Path Toward Better Water Vapor Measurements. Despite its importance in climate and weather prediction, water vapor has been one of the most poorly measured and least understood components of the Earth's atmosphere.
LDAD's Emergency Manager Decision Support System: Uses in an Actual Emergency Response. Local and state emergency managers need a preparedness plan and access to the best weather information available in order to respond to threatening weather hazards within their jurisdiction.
Gauge Resolution Effects on Precipitation Analyses. At what point do the liabilities of questionable historical gauge measurements override the advantages of maximum density of observations?
Upgrades to the LDAD Observation Quality Control and Monitoring System. Concurrent with the NWS modernization, state and local municipal governments, public utility companies, research organizations, and private industries have been installing meteorological observing systems suited to their respective needs.
News and events from the Director's Office and FSL Divisions.
A list of publications by FSL authors since the previous FSL Forum.