Tornadoes are one of the most unpredictable, and catastrophic natural disasters to occur on earth. The `Lo`lo Project, however, intends to assist in answering some of these unknowns...
The `Lo`lo project was initially designed by April R. Vogt, an undergraduate meteorology student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. After years of research, Vogt devised a hypothesis that correlates ground level pressure, temperature, and humidity to determining the path of a tornado prior to cone formation. The intention of The `Lo`Lo Project is to experiment Vogt's hypothesis and create a cost effective ground level monitoring system that will increase accuracy in weather forecasting.
The `Lo`Lo Project Recent Updates
The LoLo Project in the Media
The LoLo Project The First Team to Predict the Path of a Tornado Accurately is Ready to Begin Experimentation-June 17th 2014; News 10 Albany New York
The LoLo Project The First Team to Predict the Path of a Tornado Accurately is Ready to Begin Experimentation-June 17th 2014; News On 6- Oklahoma's Own
The LoLo Project — The First Team to Predict the Path of a Tornado Accurately is Ready to Begin Experimentation-June 17th 2014; digitaljournal.com
Severe Weather in the Media
Each year tornadoes effect the lives of thousands of people, here we post stories that make the media with links to their respected sites.
At least 7 reported tornadoes hit Nebraska and Kansas- June 14th 2014; KHASTV
Tornado Threat in Plains Follows Severe Weather in Texas- June 12th 2014; NBC Weather
2 tornadoes touched down this week in 3 north Alabama counties, weather service says;-June 11th 2014; al.com
500-ft wide tornado touches down in Cuervo, NM- June 7th 2014; KOAT 7 Albuquerque
Six tornadoes touch down in Colorado- June 7th 2014; The Weather Network