Monthly Archives: October 2013

Chilly Weather Provides an Opportunity to Utilize HMT-Southeast Pilot Study Observational Tools

The HMT-Southeast Pilot Study (HMT-SEPS) is a field project intended to be the first step in examining various scientific questions across the Southeast with a goal to define a long term HMT-SE research agenda. The HMT-SEPS project will largely focus … Continue reading

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First Orographic Cirrus Event of the Cool Season

During the morning hours of Sunday 27 October 2013 a brief orographic cirrus event developed across Virginia. Forecasters at the NWS Raleigh, NC anticipated the potential for the event but were unsure of whether the mountain enhanced clouds would extend … Continue reading

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HSLC web server back online

Hi All, After a fatal server crash in July, both the real-time SHERB images (NAM and RAP) and the Google Earth images for past HSLC case studies were unavailable.  I am pleased to announce that everything has been moved to … Continue reading

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