Monthly Archives: October 2015

RAH’s Use of NASA SPoRT LIS Relative Soil Moisture Product During the 1-5 October 2015 Carolina Rain Event

In late September, a slow moving upper-level low pressure system was forecast to drop into the Southeast and migrate across the eastern Gulf States. In addition, Hurricane Joaquin was over the Bahamas and was, for a time, forecast to lift … Continue reading

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October 2015 CSTAR High-Shear Low-CAPE Conference Call – Presentation from Jason Schaumann on QLCS Tornado Warning Research

Our October CSTAR call featured a guest presentation from Jason Schaumann, Lead Forecaster from the NWS Springfield, MO office, who shared work that he and other Central Region colleagues have been conducting on QLCS tornado warning strategies. The presentation focused … Continue reading

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Mid-Atlantic and Southeast CSTAR Group Receives the Dr T. Theodore Fujita Research Achievement Award

Congratulations to past and present members of the NWS-NC State Mid-Atlantic and Southeast CSTAR group which received the 2015 Dr T. Theodore Fujita Research Achievement Award from the National Weather Association on Wednesday. The award was presented for “15 years of collaborative operations-to-research … Continue reading

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CSTAR project recordings and preprints online from AMS Conference on Mesoscale Processes

In August, Jessica King and Keith Sherburn traveled to the AMS Conference on Mesoscale Processes in Boston to present talks on their respective CSTAR HSLC projects. Recordings of these talks and conference preprints are now available for viewing online at … Continue reading

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