Monthly Archives: November 2011

Updated Reference for NWP Systems

In the spirit of cyber-Monday for those of you “comparison shopping” various NWP options each shift, we wanted to share a reference we put together for the more common NWP systems. Shawna Cokley helped develop this NWP reference which is … Continue reading

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CIMMSE Marks Its 100th Blog Post

The CIMMSE blog was intended to share applied research findings, training materials, and unique meteorological events that impact the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic region. The first blog entry was posted on 31 August 2010. A little more than a year later, … Continue reading

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Notes from CSTAR QPF group call – November 3rd

Notes from 11/3/11 CSTAR QPF conference call 7 participants Jonathan Blaes (RAH) Barrett Smith (RAH) Gary Lackmann (NCSU) Jordan Dale (NCSU) David Roth (HPC) Eric Seymour (AKQ) Frank Alsheimer (CHS) Topics covered on the call: Dr. Lackmann and company are … Continue reading

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Resources Providing Lists of Landfalling Tropical Cyclones

During the recent CSTAR QPF conference call, it was suggested that previous work containing comprehensive lists of landfalling tropical cyclones (TCs) be provided. Three NC State master’s theses contain lists of landfalling TCs for possible investigation. Feedback from those involved … Continue reading

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Seasonal configurations of the WRF EMS

This is a general post, related to previous CSTAR findings and implementation into operations (R2O type stuff). During a past CSTAR project on warm season precipitation forecasting, Dr. Gary Lackmann and his research team noticed some interesting characteristics of the … Continue reading

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