Materials from the High-Shear, Low-CAPE SHERB Parameter and Its evaluation Webinar are Now Available

webinarOn 24 October Keith Sherburn from NC State University hosted a research to operations webinar entitled “The High-Shear, Low-CAPE SHERB Parameter and Its evaluation.” The webinar was attended by 29 different NWS offices from the NWS Central, Southern, and Eastern regions.  The webinar focused on the SHERB parameter which is designed to identify the potential for tornadoes and significant severe wind events in High Shear Low CAPE (HSLC) environments.  Specifically, the webinar provided an overview of HSLC convection, a summary of the SHERB parameter including its proper use, and information on how operational forecasters can evaluate and provide feedback via an online form. Materials from the webinar including a video recording, power point slides, and links to the HSLC one-stop page with access to forecast and real-time SPC mesoanalysis products along with an evaluation form are available below.

•    Video recording of the webinar via YouTube
•    Power point slides from the presentation
•    Link to the HSLC one-stop page
•    Link to forecast plots and real-time SHERB SPC mesoanalysis

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