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NOAA-winter-stormSevere weather raises questions about the phenomena that cause it. The answer to all questions is atmospheric conditions. The atmosphere consists of varying layers of gases or fluid structures. Researchers at the National Institute for Computational Sciences are using the supercomputing power of UT’s Kraken to model how these structures interact to help prepare accurate weather forecasts and climate predictions. To read about the research, visit NICS website.