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Our Mission

CAPS's mission is to develop and demonstrate techniques for the numerical analysis and prediction of high-impact local weather and environmental conditions, with emphasis on the assimilation of observations from Doppler radars and other advanced in-situ and remote sensing systems.

CAPS conducts a broad-based program of basic and applied storm-scale research, and its award-winning Advanced Regional Prediction System (ARPS) is used worldwide.

CAPS strives to be the world leader in convective-scale data assimilation and numerical weather prediction, providing a venue for exploring bold new ideas, attracting the best scientists and students, and facilitating the transfer of knowledge and technology to academia, government and industry.

  • March 19, 2021:Dr. Daphne Ladue of CAPS Awarded NSF Grant to Run National Weather Center REU 2021-25 NSF NWC REU Award 2021-24
  • January 6, 2021: CAPS Seeking Research Associate for CAPS HPC Computing for High Resolution NWP Research: CAPS Research Associate Opening
  • January 10, 2021: CAPS Scientists and Students are Presenting Several Talks and Posters at the 101st Annual Meeting of the Amer. Meteorological Society, January 10-15, 2021, complete listing here: List of CAPS Presentations at AMS101
  • November, 2020: CAPS Continues Contribution to the HMT Winter Weather Experiments with 5-Member Ensemble Snowfall Predictions for the 11th WWE: 2020-21 HMT WWE Snowfall Ensemble Forecasts
  • August, 2020: Congratulations to CAPS Affiliated Faculty Member Dr. Amy McGovern (PI) and CAPS Research Director Nate Snook (Co-PI) for leading the new NSF-Sponsored Artificial Intelligence Institute! OU Receives $20 Million Grant to Lead Inaugural National Science Foundation Artificial Intelligence Institute
  • August, 2020: Congratulations to CAPS Scientists and Affiliated Faculty for AMS Awards to be presented at the 101st Annual Meeting. Senior Scientist Dr. Daphne Ladue earned The Robert H. and Joanne Simpson Mentorship Award, CAPS Co-PI Dr. Fred Carr earned the Cleveland Abbe Award for Distinguished Service to the Atmospheric and Related Sciences, and CAPS Affiliated Faculty Member Dr. Amy McGovern was named an AMS Fellow. A&GS College Announcement of AMS Awards
  • June, 2020: CAPS Continues Collaboration in the HMT Flash Flood and Intense Rainfall Experiment with 12-Member Ensemble Rainfall Predictions 2020 HMT FFaIR Rainfall Forecast Archive
  • August, 2019: Congratulations to CAPS Director, Dr. Ming Xue for being named AMS Fellow 2020 New AMS Fellows