In a great research to operations (R2O) activity and in collaboration with the WDTB, the NWS-NC State CSTAR High Shear Low CAPE project will be presenting its research results on Improving the Forecasting of Severe Weather in High Shear, Low CAPE Environments on Tuesday , October 29 , from 2:00 – 3:00 pm CDT. The invitation was sent to all NWS Forecast Offices and other NWS centers for enrollment via the NWS Learning Center.
The learning objectives for the webinar:
• Identify issues associated with forecasting HSLC significant severe environments
• Assess current techniques and determine most skillful environmental parameters
• Identify benefits of the Severe Hazards in Environments with Reduced Buoyancy (SHERB) parameter over “traditional” composite parameters for “low LCL” HSLC environments
• Identify utility of applying the SHERB parameter to other HSLC regimes
For more information, click the following link to the LMS (https://doc.learn.com/login.asp?lcid=178419&requestedurl=learncenter.asp?page=179) and use your LMS credentials to log-in.