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My research group uses numerical models to better understand the dynamics and predictability of high-impact weather events, including tropical cyclones, mesoscale convective systems, and thunderstorm formation. Presently, I am particularly interested in tropical-extratropical flow interactions, particularly the role that tropical cyclone interactions with the midlatitude flow influence subsequent tropical cyclone activity and predictability. Our group conducts both fundamental and applied research, and Prof. Evans has a long track record of fruitful collaborations with operational forecast groups. Please contact me to learn more about openings for prospective graduate students to conduct research in our group!