Location: f http: / /•mtM. met:, tamu* «dw/class/Met.r47-S/Lab47S. irfciaJ What's New What's Cool Handbook Net Search) Net Directory j Software) ^^^ fl Welcome to the laboratory portion of METR 475: RADAR AND MESOSCALE METEOROLOGY Sorting the real from the false echo Lets look at the 1906 1.0 deg PPI of reflectivity. Here we have a variety of echo types. • Compare the echo structure around 295 deg, 100 km and around 235 deg, 75 km to that found in PART 1 (above) along the 270 azimuth at 1806 local time. • How would you classify these echoes? WHY? (Hint; Consider the vertical continuity of radar reflectivity using the Listed below are several laboratory exercises that will 1.1 deg PPI and the 5.5 deg PPI and the • • characteristic of the velocity pattern at 1.0 help to illustrate some of the fundamental concepts discussed in the lecture portion of the course. Each deg and 5.5 deg). jT'^ T^rr"—i exercise is meant to be self-contained. Questions should be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org m \ / ALDEN. Your Link To WAFS Access WAFS With Alden Technology The World Area Forecast System (WAFS ), sponsored by ICAO, is a satellite communications system designed
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 1, 1996
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