Monthly Archives: August 2015

Resources to Assist with QLCS Tornado Warning Decision Making

I wanted to pass along some work that WFOs Springfield and St. Louis MO along with other partners have been doing relating to efforts to improve QLCS Tornado Warnings. These efforts have an overlap with some of the our HSLC … Continue reading

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HSLC Idealized Hodograph Sensitivity Studies: Overview of all 12 Simulations

During the July conference call, I presented preliminary work from a matrix of 12 simulations geared towards exploring the sensitivity of HSLC convection to low-level hodograph shape and the wind profile’s orientation relative to an initiating cold pool. As I … Continue reading

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Last Days of GOES-14 Super Rapid Scan Operations

GOES-14 Super Rapid Scan Operations for GOES-R (SRSOR) will end on 22 August, 2015. Super Rapid Scan Operations (SRSO) provides 1-minute imagery to support multiple research and GOES-R/S user readiness activities. The SRSO domain is usually selected a day or two … Continue reading

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GOES-14 will be in Super Rapid Scan Operations with imagery over the Carolina’s and Virginia’s Today (8/10)

GOES-14 Super Rapid Scan Operations for GOES-R (SRSOR) will begin on 10 August and will continue for through 21 August, 2015. Super Rapid Scan Operations (SRSO) will provide 1-minute imagery to support multiple research and GOES-R/S user readiness activities. The … Continue reading

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CSTAR High-Shear Low-CAPE Conference Call Notes – July 2015

July 2015 CSTAR High-Shear Low-CAPE Conference Call Notes The call occurred on Tuesday, July 28th, from 11AM to around 1145 AM EST. There were participants from NC State, AKQ, BMX, CAE, GSP, HUN, LWX, RAH, RNK, and SPC. 1) Research … Continue reading

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