Celebrating the new hydrological year with a new HEPEX blog year: Let’s co-generate the HEPEX blog global pattern
Happy New Hydrological Year!! According to USGS and based on meteorological and geographical factors, the hydrological year is defined as […]
“Are we talking just a bit of water out of bank? Or is it Armageddon?” Front line perspectives on transitioning to probabilistic fluvial flood forecasts in England
Contributed by Louise Arnal, Jess Neumann, Liz Stephens and Hannah Cloke This blog post is based on a paper recently […]
Can we achieve seasonally coherent forecasts given limited NWP DATA – across a continental domain?
Contributed by Kirsti Hakala1, QJ Wang1, Qichun Yang1 and David Robertson2. Reliable weather forecasts are critical for the planning and […]
Assimilation of in-situ and satellite data in hydrological predictions – Can we add value?
Contributed by Jude Musuuza (SMHI). The increased focus on satellite missions in recent years has resulted in a rich source […]
Can seasonal hydroclimate services be a success story for local applications? Some answers based on a French case study!
Contributed by Louise Crochemore (SMHI), Ilias Pechlivanidis (SMHI) and Maria-Helena Ramos (INRAE). Hydroclimate services are increasingly available… An increasing number […]