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The objective and subjective evaluations that led to the implementation of the Fritsch and Chappell (FC) convective scheme in the new 24-km Canadian operational regional model are described in this study. Objective precipitation scores computed for a series of 12 benchmark cases equally...
A 1129-day high quality rainfall dataset was collated, from the months of March to November 1993–97, where trade wind flow predominates across the northeast Queensland tropical coast. This dataset was matched with numerical model fields from the Australian regional limited area model. Synoptic...
A forecast verification study of the occurrence and inland penetration of the lake breeze on the western shore of Lake Michigan was conducted. A real-time version of The Pennsylvania State University–National Center for Atmospheric Research fifth-generation Mesoscale Model (MM5) with 5-km grid...
MountainZebra is a data flow configuration that processes and displays radar data over complex terrain. The system combines three elements: the data stream from an operational radar, 3D topographical information, and the NCAR Zebra data visualization and integration software. MountainZebra...
Upper-air variables have been correlated with near-simultaneous precipitation observations from 35 winter storms that produced heavy snowfall in the eastern coastal region of the United States. Standard radiosonde observations (raob’s) were used to calculate upper-air variables at mandatory...
The performance of the Betts–Miller–Janjic scheme of convection has been investigated for prediction of the Indian monsoons. For this purpose a limited area numerical weather prediction model with two schemes of convection, one with the Betts–Miller scheme and other with the Betts–Miller–Janjic...
Reanalysis of aircraft reconnaissance data shows that in September 1983 Supertyphoon Forrest reached a sea level pressure of 876 hPa instead of 883 hPa as previously accepted. It is estimated that at the time, Forrest was the deepest typhoon in the western North Pacific since Tip, 870 hPa in...
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