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A cold-frontal rainband, which occurred during the afternoon of 28 December 1988, is numerically simulated using the Penn State–NCAR three-dimensional MM5 modeling system. This case is characterized by a line of severe convection that has a gravity current–like structure along the leading...
Applying standard explicit time-differencing to hyperbolic equations (i.e., which characterize convection-dominated atmospheric flows) invariably results in rather severe stability restrictions. The primary problem appears to be attributable to the differencing approximation of the time...
A mesoscale array of dropwindsondes, released in a small rapidly deepening frontal wave cyclone in the eastern North Atlantic during the FRONTS 92 experiment, has been assimilated into a 17-km-grid mesoscale model nested within the Meteorological Office’s operational Limited Area Model. The...
A heavy rainfall event during the Taiwan Area Mesoscale Experiment intensive observing period 13 has been studied using upper-air, surface mesonet, and dual-Doppler radar data. The heavy rainfall (≥231 mm day −1 ) occurred over northwestern Taiwan with the maximum rainfall along the...
The Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory ocean model has been used to diagnose the sensitivity of the Center for Ocean–Land–Atmosphere Studies atmospheric general circulation model wind stress to convective parameterization. In a previous study this atmospheric model was integrated for seven...
A regional adjoint modeling system is modified to determine the sensitivities of data assimilation and forecast results with respect to perturbations of the nudging fields and coefficients. A generalized linear system is used to explain the sensitivities both mathematically and physically. A...
The structure of a meso- α -scale vortex that developed over the Great Lakes in late autumn is described. Understanding the structure of this particular vortex is important because 1) it altered local- and regional-scale precipitation, 2) it developed in a complicated fashion, and 3) it...
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