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

WTOP radio (Washington, DC) | November 13, 2014

Arctic invasion may be first of many for region

UCAR's Atmos News features AER’s science leadership in modeling winter cold.

The Philadelphia Inquirer | October 14, 2014

Snow: A jump start

Washington Post's Capital Weather Gang blog | October 13, 2014

Fall snow bonanza in North America and Siberia may portend brutal winter

"Judah Cohen believes the North American snow tilts the odds towards a cold winter." Read more highlights from Cohen, who is director of seasonal forecasting at AER, a unit of Verisk Climate, in Jason Samenow's roundup of the early October outlook for the upcoming winter.

AER scientists co-author a review of the scientific research exploring links between Arctic sea change and mid-latitude weather.

NPR Here and Now podcast (10 minutes) | August 7, 2014

How Can Businesses Climate-Proof Themselves?

How can organizations and businesses have resilient operations to address climate change? WBUR NPR’s Robin Young talks with Kyle Beatty about climate research and data science from AER, Verisk Climate and Verisk Analytics. Listen to the 10 minute podcast.