Monthly Archives: March 2014

Debris Signature with Isolated Tornadic Supercell adjacent to KRAX on March 29, 2014

All, The severe weather event that unfolded in central NC during the evening hours of March 29, 2014 was notable for several reasons.  Although diurnal destabilization in central NC was severely limited by widespread cloud cover, intermittent showers, and weak … Continue reading

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NC State Real-time HSLC SHERB Plots Updated and Expanded

Based on feedback, Dr Parker at NC State updated and expanded the online model plots of SHERB recently. Some of the improvements include: 1) SHERBS3 is now only shaded where MUCAPE>0 J/kg and/or MULI < +6 K 2) The SHERBE … Continue reading

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Interesting test for the SHERB Sunday in Southern GA.

We have a  pretty dynamic set up coming into the southern part of the study area on Sunday. Looking at 18Z Saturday run of the 12km NAM, the model is hinting at a comma-shaped MCS moving through southern Georgia. These … Continue reading

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N.C. State – NWS CSTAR Project to Examine Low-Topped Severe Convection in the Southeast Selected for Funding

The project entitled “Improving Understanding and Prediction of High Impact Weather Associated with Low-Topped Severe Convection in the Southeastern U.S.” will be led by Drs. Matthew D. Parker, Gary M. Lackmann, and Lian Xie of N.C. State University in collaboration … Continue reading

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