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CORRIGENDUM Gray, W. M., 1990: Strong Association Between West African , and , 1981b: An analysis of Atlantic tropical cyclone Rainfall and U.S. Landfall of Intense Hurricanes. Science, 249, forecast errors, 1970-1979. Mon. Wea. Rev., 109,1248-1266. 1251-1256. NHOP, 1990: National Hurricane Operations Plan, FCM-p12-1990, US Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, Washington DC, 128 pp. Guard, C. P., 1988: Results of a tropical cyclone accuracy study Sheets, R. C., 1985: Hurricane tracking using a mass field envelope using polar orbiting satellite data. Office of the Federal Coordi- approach-impacts of forecast tracks. Extended Abstracts Vol- nator, Tropical Cyclone Studies Report, FCM-R11 -1988, Part 3. ume, 16th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Jarvinen, J. B.,andB . Lawrence, 1985: An evaluation of the SLOSH 14-17 May 1985, Houston, Texas, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 38-30. storm surge model. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 66, 1408-1411. , 1986: Hurricane tracking using an envelope approach-im- Lord, S. J., and J. L. Franklin, 1987: The environment of Hurricane pacts on forecast tracks. NOAA Technical Memo. NWSNHD33, Debbie (1982). Part I: Winds. Mon. Wea. Rev., 115,2760-2780. National Hurricane Center, Miami, Florida, 42 pp. Martin, J. D., 1988: Tropical cyclone observation and forecasting with and without aircraft reconnaissance. Dept. of Atmos. Sci. , 1989: Impacts of aircraft reconnaissance "fixes" on tropical Paper No. 428, Colo. State Univ., Fort Collins, Colorado, 114 pp. cyclone track predictions. Minutes, 43rd Interdepartmental Hur- ricane Conference, 10-13 January 1989, Homestead AFB, (of- Mayfield, M., C. McAdie, and A. Pike, 1988: A preliminary evaluation fice of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorological Services and of the dispersion of tropical cyclone position and intensity esti- Supporting Research). mates determined from satellite imagery. NOAA NHC research paper, 16 pp. , 1990: The National Hurricane Center — past, present and McBride, J. L., and G.J . Holland, 1987: Tropical cyclone forecasting: future. Wea. Forecasting, 5, 185-231. A worldwide summary of techniques and verification statistics. , and P. Grieman, 1975: An evaluation of the accuracy of Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 68, 1230-1238. tropical cyclone intensities and locations determined from satel- lite pictures. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL WMPO-20, Miller, R. G., 1964: Regression estimation of event probabilities. NOAA, US Dept. of Commerce, Boulder, Colorado, 33 pp. Traveler's Research Center, Hartford, Connecticut, Contract Cwb-10704, Technical Report No. 1, 153 pp. , and C. McAdie, 1988: Preliminary results of a study of the Modified Operations Evaluation, 1987: Prepared by special forecast accuracy of satellite-based tropical cyclone position and inten- team of JTWC, 120 pp. (Available from Hq. Air Weather Service, sity estimates. NOAA NHC research paper, 49 pp. Scott AFB IL, 62225-5008.) Shoemaker, D. N., W. M. Gray, and J. D. Sheaffer, 1990: Influence of synoptic track aircraft reconnaissance on JTWC tropical Neumann, C. J., 1972: An alternate to the Hurran tropical cyclone cyclone forecast errors. Wea. Forecasting, 5, 503-507. forecasting system. NOAA Technical Memorandum - NWS SR- Tanner, A., 1984: Operational airborne remote sensing of windspeeds 62, 32 pp. in hurricanes. Proc. of AMS 22nd Conference on Radar Meteo- , 1981: Trends in forecasting the tracks of Atlantic tropical rology, Boston, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 385-387. cyclones. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 62 pp. Weatherford, C., 1989: The structural evolution of typhoons. Dept. , 1985: Trends in forecasting the tracks of Atlantic tropical of Atmos. Sci. Dept. Paper No. 446, Colo. State Univ., Ft. Collins, cyclones: An update through 1984. Preprints: AMS 9th Confer- Colorado, 198 pp. ence on Probability and Statistics in Atmospheric Science, 109- 115. , and W. M. Gray, 1988a: Typhoon structure as revealed by , 1988: The National Hurricane Center NHC83 model. NOAA aircraft reconnaissance: Part I: Data analysis and climatology. Technical Memorandum NWS NHC 41, 44 pp. Mon. Wea. Rev., 116, 1032-1043. , 1990: Unpublished update of the Neumann and Pelissier , and W. M. Gray, 1988b: Typhoon structure as revealed by aircraft reconnaissance: Part II: Structural variability. Mon. Wea. (1981 b) Figs. 14 through 18. Available at the National Hurricane Rev., 116, 1044-1056. Center. , and J. M. Pelissier, 1981 a: Models for the prediction of tropical WSOM Issuance 87-4,1987: National Weather Service operations cyclone motion over the North Atlantic: An operational evalua- manual, chapter C-41, Hurricane warnings. National Weather tion. Mon. Wea. Rev., 109, 522-538. Service, Washington DC, (source hurricane evacuation times). In the article, Static Stability—An Update, by Roland B. Stull, (Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 72, 1521-1529), line 11 of the introduction on page 1521 should read: "For this case, the three stability classifications correspond to: superadiabatic dT/dz < -T ; adiabatic dT/dz = -r ; and d d subadiabatic dT/dz > -V where T is temperature and T is the dry adiabatic lapse rate of 9.8°C d d km-1." Readers may refer to Table 1 on page 1521 for the correct relationships. The Bulletin apologizes for any confusion that may have occured as a result of the typographical error. 183 5 Bulletin American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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Gray, W. M., 1990: Strong Association Between West African , and , 1981b: An analysis of Atlantic tropical cyclone Rainfall and U.S. Landfall of Intense Hurricanes. Science, 249, forecast errors, 1970-1979. Mon. Wea. Rev., 109,1248-1266. 1251-1256. NHOP, 1990: National Hurricane Operations Plan, FCM-p12-1990, US Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, Washington DC, 128 pp. Guard, C. P., 1988: Results of a tropical cyclone accuracy study Sheets, R. C., 1985: Hurricane tracking using a mass field envelope using polar orbiting satellite data. Office of the Federal Coordi- approach-impacts of forecast tracks. Extended Abstracts Vol- nator, Tropical Cyclone Studies Report, FCM-R11 -1988, Part 3. ume, 16th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Jarvinen, J. B.,andB . Lawrence, 1985: An evaluation of the SLOSH 14-17 May 1985, Houston, Texas, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 38-30. storm surge model. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 66, 1408-1411. , 1986: Hurricane tracking using an envelope approach-im- Lord, S. J., and J. L. Franklin, 1987: The environment of Hurricane pacts on forecast tracks. NOAA Technical Memo. NWSNHD33, Debbie (1982). Part I: Winds. Mon. Wea. Rev., 115,2760-2780. National Hurricane Center, Miami, Florida, 42 pp. Martin, J. D., 1988: Tropical cyclone observation and forecasting with and without aircraft reconnaissance. Dept. of Atmos. Sci. , 1989: Impacts of aircraft reconnaissance "fixes" on tropical Paper No. 428, Colo. State Univ., Fort Collins, Colorado, 114 pp. cyclone track predictions. Minutes, 43rd Interdepartmental Hur- ricane Conference, 10-13 January 1989, Homestead AFB, (of- Mayfield, M., C. McAdie, and A. Pike, 1988: A preliminary evaluation fice of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorological Services and of the dispersion of tropical cyclone position and intensity esti- Supporting Research). mates determined from satellite imagery. NOAA NHC research paper, 16 pp. , 1990: The National Hurricane Center — past, present and McBride, J. L., and G.J . Holland, 1987: Tropical cyclone forecasting: future. Wea. Forecasting, 5, 185-231. A worldwide summary of techniques and verification statistics. , and P. Grieman, 1975: An evaluation of the accuracy of Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 68, 1230-1238. tropical cyclone intensities and locations determined from satel- lite pictures. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL WMPO-20, Miller, R. G., 1964: Regression estimation of event probabilities. NOAA, US Dept. of Commerce, Boulder, Colorado, 33 pp. Traveler's Research Center, Hartford, Connecticut, Contract Cwb-10704, Technical Report No. 1, 153 pp. , and C. McAdie, 1988: Preliminary results of a study of the Modified Operations Evaluation, 1987: Prepared by special forecast accuracy of satellite-based tropical cyclone position and inten- team of JTWC, 120 pp. (Available from Hq. Air Weather Service, sity estimates. NOAA NHC research paper, 49 pp. Scott AFB IL, 62225-5008.) Shoemaker, D. N., W. M. Gray, and J. D. Sheaffer, 1990: Influence of synoptic track aircraft reconnaissance on JTWC tropical Neumann, C. J., 1972: An alternate to the Hurran tropical cyclone cyclone forecast errors. Wea. Forecasting, 5, 503-507. forecasting system. NOAA Technical Memorandum - NWS SR- Tanner, A., 1984: Operational airborne remote sensing of windspeeds 62, 32 pp. in hurricanes. Proc. of AMS 22nd Conference on Radar Meteo- , 1981: Trends in forecasting the tracks of Atlantic tropical rology, Boston, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 385-387. cyclones. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 62 pp. Weatherford, C., 1989: The structural evolution of typhoons. Dept. , 1985: Trends in forecasting the tracks of Atlantic tropical of Atmos. Sci. Dept. Paper No. 446, Colo. State Univ., Ft. Collins, cyclones: An update through 1984. Preprints: AMS 9th Confer- Colorado, 198 pp. ence on Probability and Statistics in Atmospheric Science, 109- 115. , and W. M. Gray, 1988a: Typhoon structure as revealed by , 1988: The National Hurricane Center NHC83 model. NOAA aircraft reconnaissance: Part I: Data analysis and climatology. Technical Memorandum NWS NHC 41, 44 pp. Mon. Wea. Rev., 116, 1032-1043. , 1990: Unpublished update of the Neumann and Pelissier , and W. M. Gray, 1988b: Typhoon structure as revealed by aircraft reconnaissance: Part II: Structural variability. Mon. Wea. (1981 b) Figs. 14 through 18. Available at the National Hurricane Rev., 116, 1044-1056. Center. , and J. M. Pelissier, 1981 a: Models for the prediction of tropical WSOM Issuance 87-4,1987: National Weather Service operations cyclone motion over the North Atlantic: An operational evalua- manual, chapter C-41, Hurricane warnings. National Weather tion. Mon. Wea. Rev., 109, 522-538. Service, Washington DC, (source hurricane evacuation times). In the article, Static Stability—An Update, by Roland B. Stull, (Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 72, 1521-1529), line 11 of the introduction on page 1521 should read: "For this case, the three stability classifications correspond to: superadiabatic dT/dz < -T ; adiabatic dT/dz = -r ; and d d subadiabatic dT/dz > -V where T is temperature and T is the dry adiabatic lapse rate of 9.8°C d d km-1." Readers may refer to Table 1 on page 1521 for the correct relationships. The Bulletin apologizes for any confusion that may have occured as a result of the typographical error. 183 5 Bulletin American Meteorological Society

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