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Michelle Serino
Michelle Serino
(484) 769-0949
Eller O&M 1017E

O&M Building 1017E, Department of Atmospheric Sciences,

Texas A&M University, College Station,

TEXAS 77843. 


BS in Meteorology from Millersville University , 2014

M.S. Atmospheric Sciences from Texas A&M University (In progress)

Michelle Serino

Graduate Research Assistant

Research Interests

I am studying the effects of LCL height/boundary layer relative humidity and low-level vertical wind shear on supercellular tornadogenesis.  I am creating an algorithm that will be compatible with the Warning Decision Support System – Integrated Information (WDSS-II) framework to create a climatology of supercell characteristics.

Additional Information

For more information, including my CV, please visit my linkedin page.


Advisor: Christopher Nowotarski


Nowotarski, C. J., P. M. Markowski, Y. P. Richardson, and G. H. Bryan, 2014: Supercell low-level mesocyclones in simulations with sheared convective boundary layers. Mon. Wea. Rev., In press.


Nowotarski, C. J., P. M. Markowski, Y. P. Richardson, and G. H. Bryan, 2014: Properties of a simulated convective boundary layer in an idealized supercell thunderstorm environment. Mon. Wea. Rev. In press.


Nowotarski, C. J., and A. A. Jensen, 2013: Classifying proximity soundings with self-organizing maps toward improving supercell and tornado forecasting. Wea. Forecasting, 28, 783-801.


Nowotarski, C. J., P. M. Markowski, and Y. P. Richardson, 2011: The characteristics of numerically simulated supercell storms situated over statically stable boundary layers. Mon. Wea. Rev., 139, 3139-3162.
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