Monthly Archives: September 2015

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

The call occurred on Tuesday, September 22nd, from 11AM to around 1145 AM EST. There were participants from NC State, AKQ, CAE, FFC, GSP, HUN, ILM, ILN, MHX, RAH, RNK and SPC. A recording of the call is available at… … Continue reading

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Multiple-Radar/Multiple-Sensor (MRMS) Data now Available in AWIPS

During the past week, a sub-set of Multi-Radar/Multi-Sensor (MRMS) data has begun flowing across the SBN into AWIPS. The MRMS is a single 4D grid of radar, lightning, environmental, and satellite data spanning the continental US and adjacent areas of … Continue reading

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NWS CSTAR Collaborators Get Together at the 2015 SOO-DOH Conference

A large number of NWS Southeast and Mid-Atlantic CSTAR collaborators got together Wednesday evening at the 2015 SOO-DOH conference in Washington D.C. Nearly all of the SOOs participating in the NC State high-shear low-CAPE project along with members of the … Continue reading

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

The call occurred on Tuesday, August 25th, from 11AM to around 1145 AM EST. There were participants from NC State, AKQ, CAE, CHS, ILN, MHX, RAH and RNK. A recording of the call is available at… https://goo.gl/TFeOfo 1) Research update … Continue reading

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“Orographically Induced Cirrus Clouds in the Lee of the Southern Appalachian Mountains” published in NWA Journal of Operational Meteorology

For those that have been following some of the Orographic Cirrus posts that have been on here over the last couple of years, the NWS WFO Raleigh is proud to announce that this work has been published in the National … Continue reading

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