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March 27, 2024
Celebrating Women’s Contributions to Atmospheric Sciences
AMS President Anjul S. Bamzai reflects on trailblazing women meteorologists including June Bacon-Bercey, Anna Mani, and Eunice Newton Foote.
March 7, 2024
Changing Coasts and Culture
The "Convergence Science" symposium at the AMS 2024 Annual Meeting focused on Indigenous voices and the need for the scientific community to more meaningfully engage with Indigenous science and Native peoples.
February 28, 2024
Our Turn: Highlights from the AMS Student Conference
The 2024 AMS Student Conference, held January 27–28 in Baltimore, was a major success, with 740 attendees and 285 poster presentations. If you registered, you can view the Student Conference presentations online now! We checked in with this year’s conference chairs–Melissa Piper (SUNY Albany), Angelie Nieves Jiménez (Colorado State University), and Dillon Blount (University of ... Read more
February 7, 2024
Getting to Know You: Anjuli S. Bamzai, AMS President
We spoke with new AMS President Anjuli Bamzai about her history, influences, and what to expect at next year’s AMS Annual Meeting in New Orleans!
January 31, 2024
AMS 2024 Session Highlight: The Evolution of Observation: How the AMS Measurements Committee Can Better Serve the Community
A Town Hall at the AMS 104th Annual Meeting With measurement techniques and systems rapidly evolving in response to a greater need for precise atmospheric and planetary surface observation, and technological advances allowing for observations of conditions where none were previously possible, there’s a growing need to engage our active AMS community to discuss the ... Read more
January 31, 2024
Be There: GATE 50th Anniversary Celebration
Fifty years ago this summer, the most ambitious tropical field experiment ever attempted began along the coast of West Africa. Amidst the backdrop of the Cold War, GATE—the Global Atmospheric Research Program’s (GARP) Atlantic Tropical Experiment—successfully involved more than 5,000 scientists, technicians, and supporting staff from 72 countries in a campaign over the Atlantic Ocean to investigate the ... Read more
February 27, 2024
Polar Climates Changing in Fundamental Ways
January 17, 2024
AMS Presidential Forum to Address "Climate Science as Service to Society"
December 21, 2023
AMS Awards First-Ever Certified Digital Meteorologist (CDM) Designations
December 13, 2023
American Meteorological Society Announces David J. Stensrud as New President-Elect
September 6, 2023
International report confirms record-high greenhouse gases, global sea level, and ocean heat in 2022
August 30, 2023
American Meteorological Society Announces 2024 Weather, Water, and Climate Honorees
June 30, 2023
American Meteorological Society Issues Statement Affirming Importance of Equity, Inclusion, and Justice
June 15, 2023
Researchers: "Sustainable Adaptation" Must Drive Climate Strategy
March 28, 2023
Climate Knowledge is Critical to Supporting the Workforce of the Future
August 31, 2022
International Report Confirms Record-High Greenhouse Gases, Sea Levels and Ocean Heat in 2021

The international annual review of the world’s climate, led by scientists from NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information and published by the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society(AMS), is based on contributions from more than 530 scientists in over 60 countries. It provides the most comprehensive update on Earth’s climate indicators, notable weather events and other data collected by environmental monitoring stations and instruments located on land, water, ice and in space.