Mark Nissenbaum

Graduate Student, FSU EOAS


I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science (EOAS) at Florida State University working under the advisement of Professor Bob Hart. My current research is part of a CSTAR project that focuses on the predictability of mesoscale snow bands, but in the past I used WRF to investigate how the organization of precipitation will change under future climates. This website will contain random musings from my research as well as other weather-related things of interest.

This is my first website, so expect broken links and shape-shifting content.

11 September 2019: Radar thumbnails are cleaner.

22 July 2019: Minor change to plot aesthetics. This update will hopefully fix skipped frames.

2 July 2019: Animations have been switched over to Javascript.

24 June 2019: 30 frame animations are no longer produced as the website undergoes upgrades. Images are now stored for 10 days.

7 July 2018: Radar plots are higher resolution, but images are now stored for 15 instead of 30 days.

3 June 2018: Radar plotting is hopefully faster.

22 May 2018: Radars now include lakes.

13 May 2018: Site locations on radars are more accurate.

15 March 2018: Updated all sections.

12 March 2018: Added an update log.

11 March 2018: Appearance changed to current look (w3-powered).

10 March 2018: Website created. Real-time radar section added.