Ombadi & Risser (2022), What's the temperature tomorrow? Increasing trends in extreme volatility of daily maximum temperature in Central and Eastern United States (1950–2019). Weather and Climate Extremes.
In this paper, we present the first continental-scale analysis of extreme day-to-day temperature. In analogy to the stock market, we use the term "volatility" to refer to these rapid and extreme daily changes in temperature. We find in this paper that extreme volatilities in daily temperature has been increasing over the last seven decades in Central and Eastern United States.
Ombadi et al. (2023), A warming-induced reduction in snow fraction amplifies rainfall extremes. Nature.
In this paper, we examine the impact of global warming on intensifying rainfall extremes across the Northern Hemisphere. Our resutls show that the intensity of rainfall extremes increases by 15% per 1 degree C of warming in high-elevation and mountainous regions; thus increasing the risk of flodding, landslides and other negative impacts.