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A coastally trapped disturbance (CTD), characterized by southerly flow at the surface on 10–11 June 1994, was observed from the California Bight to Bodega Bay during a field experiment along the California coast. (North–south approximates the coast-parallel direction.) Data from a special...
The influence of two initialization schemes implemented for cirrus cloud simulation with a mesoscale model (RAMS) when run at two distinct horizontal resolutions (40 and 13.5 km) is investigated. The first method combines both first guess and analyzed data issued from the European Centre for...
The impact of initial condition uncertainty (ICU) on the onset and maintenance of eastern North Pacific blocking is examined within the framework of a general circulation model (GCM) and the perfect model assumption. Comparisons are made with the contrasting zonal flow regime. Twenty-member...
In the fall of 1994, the Beaufort and Arctic Storms Experiment (BASE) was held to collect information on the structure and evolution of mesoscale weather systems over the southern Beaufort Sea and the Mackenzie River delta of the western Canadian Arctic. As part of the experiment, X-band Doppler...
The impact of ensemble size on the performance of the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts ensemble prediction system (EPS) is analyzed. The skill of ensembles generated using 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32 perturbed ensemble members are compared for a period of 45 days—from 1 October to 15...
Cold cloud index (CCI) data derived from Meteosat infrared imagery are used to detect periodicities in convective activity in South America. The generally used Fourier transform (FT) cannot provide time-localized information but gives information on the average periodicity of oscillations over...
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