|Born||July 31, 1938|
|Institutions||Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories, Met Office, University of Reading|
|Alma mater||Imperial College London (B.S., Ph.D.)|
|Known for||Supercell, sting jet, and other conceptual meteorological work|
|Influenced||Charles A. Doswell III, Leslie R. Lemon|
|Notable awards||Carl-Gustaf Rossby Research Medal
The Chree Medal and Prize (1981)
Keith Anthony Browning is a British meteorologist who worked at Imperial College London, the Met Office, and the University of Reading departments of meteorology. His work with Frank Ludlam on the supercell thunderstorm at Wokingham, UK in 1962 was the first detailed study of such a storm. His well regarded research covered many areas of mesoscale meteorology including developing the theory of the sting jet. Arguably his greatest talent is his intuitive understanding of complex three-dimensional meteorological processes which he has described more simply using conceptual models.
- Browning, Keith A.; Frank H. Ludlam (April 1962). "Airflow in convective storms" (PDF). Q. J. R. Met. S. 88 (376): 117–35. doi:10.1002/qj.49708837602.; Browning, K. A.; Ludlam, F. H. (1962). "Airflow in convective storms". Q. J. R. Met. S. 88 (378): 555. doi:10.1002/qj.49708837819.
- Browning, Keith A. (November 1964). "Airflow and Precipitation Trajectories Within Severe Local Storms Which Travel to the Right of the Winds". J. Atmos. Sci. 21 (6): 634–9. Bibcode:1964JAtS...21..634B. doi:10.1175/1520-0469(1964)021<0634:AAPTWS>2.0.CO;2.
- Browning, Keith (November 1965). "Some Inferences About the Updraft Within a Severe Local Storm". J. Atmos. Sci. (abstract) 22 (6): 669–77. doi:10.1175/1520-0469(1965)022<0669:SIATUW>2.0.CO;2.
- Sting Jets in Severe Northern European Windstorms
- "Fellows". Royal Society. Retrieved 20 December 2010.