Monthly Archives: May 2014

Two High Shear, Low CAPE Environment Papers Available for Preview

Two papers from former NC State students Jason Davis and Keith Sherburn, who worked on the CSTAR High Shear, Low CAPE (HSLC) project have been peer-reviewed and accepted for publication in Weather and Forecasting and are available for preview as … Continue reading

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GOES-14 will be in Super Rapid Scan and centered over the Carolina’s and Virginia’s today and Thursday

GOES-14 Super Rapid Scan Operations for GOES-R (SRSOR) began on 5/8 and will continue for various periods through 5/22. Super rapid scan operations (SRSO) will provide 1-minute imagery to support multiple research and GOES-R/S user readiness activities. The SRSO domain … Continue reading

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Post Mortem Work Continues on the CSTAR HSLC Project

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Recorded presentation on Utility of Total Lightning Data for Single-cell Storm Severity in Central Appalachians

VA Tech graduate student Paul Miler recently completed work that was part of a GOES-R COMET Partner’s Project between VT and NWS Blacksburg on the potential utility of total lightning data (archived data from ENI) in diagnosing the severity of … Continue reading

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´╗┐Materials from the Spring 2014 CSTAR High Shear Low CAPE Research to Operations Webinar are Now Available

In mid May, former NC State students Keith Sherburn and Jason Davis shared their research results from their CSTAR supported High Shear Low CAPE project.┬á The webinar entitled Improving Forecasting of High Shear, Low CAPE Severe Weather Environments was attended … Continue reading

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