© 2016 by Andreas Prein

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The rainfall volume from extreme convective storms could double due to climate change

At century's end, extreme convective storms could produce twice as much precipitation than today increasing the potential for flooding by unexpected magnitudes.

Scientific America

Think Hurricane Harvey's Flooding Was Bad? Just Wait until 2100

CBS News

Climate scientist says Harvey "should serve as a warning"

Washington Post

The Energy 202: Internal watchdog says Interior should focus on climate change. It isn’t.

Southwest dries as wet weather
systems become more rare
 

Weather systems that bring moisture to the U.S. Southwest did decrease in frequency over the last 35 years resulting in a increased drought potential in this area.

Southwest dries as wet weather
systems become more rare
 

Weather systems that bring moisture to the U.S. Southwest did decrease in frequency over the last 35 years resulting in a increased drought potential in this area.

Multimedia

Interview with Carolina Weather Group:

Are summertime storms becoming more intense? Guest Andreas Prein, Atmospheric Scientist at NCAR (National Center for Atmospheric Research), lead a study that found storms are becoming more intense as the atmospheres warm.

Keynote Talk at the ICRC-CORDEX 2016 Conference (Stockholm):

Regional Convection-­Permitting Climate Modeling: Demonstrations, Prospects, and Challenges