Monthly Archives: November 2013

Materials from the CSTAR High Shear Low CAPE Research to Operations Webinar are Now Available

In late October, former NC State students Keith Sherburn and Jason Davis shared their research results from their CSTAR supported High Shear Low CAPE project via a WDTB sponsored webinar.  The webinar entitled Improving Forecasting of High Shear, Low CAPE … Continue reading

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ECMWF Makes another Move in the NWP Arms Race Today

The European Centre for Medium Range Forecasting (ECMWF) based in the United Kingdom is initiating some significant changes in its NWP suite today. For full details on the changes visit their web page dedicated to this implementation (IFS cycle 40r1).  … Continue reading

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Halloween Night HSLC Tornadic QLCS – A SHERB Success!

All, During the late evening of Halloween 2013, the Ohio Valley experienced a fairly widespread and typical HSLC tornadic QLCS between 02Z and 06Z. Forward speed of the convective system was on the order of 65 mph, and the narrow … Continue reading

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