"We've been down in Galveston collecting data, scanning thunderstorms really for the last three or four days," said TAMU atmospheric sciences professor Christopher Nowotarski. "We've been launching weather balloons collecting surface observations. We even have an ozone sensor here."
According to the National Weather Service, three Doppler on Wheels vehicles are sent out into the field to conduct research and serve as a teaching tool for students.
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