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AER 2017-18 Winter Forecast

More-Persistent Weak Stratospheric Polar Vortex States Linked to Cold Extremes.

On the relationship between the meridional overturning circulation, alongshore wind stress, and United States East Coast sea level in the Community Earth System Model Large Ensemble(Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans)

The Washington Post: Capital Weather Gang blog | October 14, 2015

Expert: Ramp-up in Siberian snow cover hints at cold winter for eastern U.S.

The Capital Weather Gang previews whether the upcoming winter will be colder than normal and highlights the accuracy of last year's AER winter seasonal forecast.

Announcement on AER-led research to provide a more comprehensive view of future coastal floods.

Science News | April 17, 2015

X-rays offer early warning for solar flares

The Boston Globe | March 17, 2015

The person happiest about all this snow

The cold, snowy winter was predicted by AER scientists. Judah Cohen, who leads the seasonal forecasting team, is called "The person happiest about all this snow" because he accurately predicted the harsh winter for New England and the Eastern U.S.

Science | February 20, 2015

The Siberian snow connection

Science magazine’s overview of the connection between Siberian snow cover and weather in the midlatitudes (such as the northeastern U.S. blasted by cold and snow this winter) highlights AER research and AER’s Arctic Oscillation blog.

The Boston Globe | January 22, 2015

Leaks in Boston area gas pipes exceed estimates

"The most respected seasonal forecaster, Dr. Judah Cohen of the company AER, has successfully predicted the general winter trend many times in recent years."

GeoOptics and AER press release | January 6, 2015

GeoOptics and AER Release Significant Results in Extreme Weather Study

TIME | December 22, 2014

Climate Strange

TIME magazine’s article about global weirding (rather than global warming) cites the forecast model developed at Atmospheric and Environmental Research by Judah Cohen.

Verisk Climate Emerging Risk research program creates new data sets and assesses causal factors in severe weather patterns. Read the press release including research results commentary by Jason Furtado, Ph.D., staff scientist at AER.

Worcester Telegram | November 28, 2014

Forecasters see wet, snowy brew for NE