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, the blog marked its 100th post earlier this week.

Most of the blog posts have focused on topics relating to the current CSTAR project but posts have covered other topics such as research projects, upcoming weather events, or relevant papers or presentations. The blog’s materials are typically categorized by topic and you can examine them below.

General Information
Improved Initial Conditions for TCs
Severe Weather in Low Cape, High Shear Environments
Tropical Cyclone and Boundary QPF
Tropical Cyclone Inland Winds

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1 Response to CIMMSE Marks Its 100th Blog Post

  1. blsmithwx says:

    One post every 3 or 4 days ain’t bad at all!

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