Tim Dogget

Dr. Tim Doggett is an Assistant Vice President and Senior Principal Scientist in AIR's Research and Modeling group. He manages AIR's tropical cyclone models for the U.S., Mexico, and Central America and the winter storm models for the U.S. and Canada, and he provides meteorological expertise on the severe thunderstorm models for the U.S. and Canada, and for AIR's agricultural risk models.

Before joining AIR, Tim was a professor of Atmospheric Science at Texas Tech University. At Texas Tech, he worked as a member of the Wind Science and Engineering Program developing mesoscale-observing networks, leading mobile field observation of hurricanes, and producing state-of-the-art Doppler radar applications. (Note: Tim left AIR in 2015.)

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Following are some recent blogs:

Will This Be Yet Another Quiet Atlantic Hurricane Season?

Will This Be Yet Another Quiet Atlantic Hurricane Season?

May 28, 2015
Snowy Rooftops and Large Icicles: Where's the Harm?

Snowy Rooftops and Large Icicles: Where's the Harm?

February 23, 2015
The 2014 Hurricane Season in Review

The 2014 Hurricane Season in Review

December 18, 2014
The Most Comprehensive Assessment of Climate Change Ever Undertaken

The Most Comprehensive Assessment of Climate Change Ever Undertaken

November 11, 2014
Will There Be an El Nino This Year?

Will There Be an El Nino This Year?

August 7, 2014
Tornadoes Don’t Hit Coastal Areas, Do They?

Tornadoes Don’t Hit Coastal Areas, Do They?

July 30, 2014
Here We Go! The Atlantic Hurricane Season is Well and Truly Underway

Here We Go! The Atlantic Hurricane Season is Well and Truly Underway

July 2, 2014
Hurricane Prediction Is Very Difficult, Especially if It's About the Future

Hurricane Prediction Is Very Difficult, Especially if It's About the Future

June 2, 2014

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