Monthly Archives: May 2017

Operational NWP Resolution and Sensitivities Study Using HSLC Event Hindcasts Summary

At last month’s CSTAR workshop, I shared the results and analysis of my thesis project as well as some thoughts on related future work. I would like to provide a summary of my and Dr. Lackmann’s work with this post … Continue reading

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Updated List of NC State-NWS CSTAR Publications

Shown below is a list of publications and abstracts developed as a part of the most recent NC State-NWS CSTAR project entitled “Understanding and Prediction of High Impact Weather Associated with Low-Topped Severe Convection in the Southeastern U.S.”┬áNote that additional … Continue reading

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The Utility of Non-NWS Upper Air Observations – NC State Soundings Support Severe Weather Operations at NWS Raleigh on May 4th and 5th, 2017

There are several non-NWS organizations that take upper-air observations and share them with NWS forecasters. These organizations largely consist of universities, military installations or research laboratories. The motivation for taking these observations include research efforts as well as educational and … Continue reading

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2017 CSTAR Workshop and Mid-Atlantic and Southeast Sub-regional SOO Meeting Held in Raleigh

On April 26th through 28th over 20 meteorologists from the National Weather Service (NWS) as well as faculty and students from N.C. State University (NCSU) gathered in Raleigh to get updates on various collaborative research activities, share operational and training … Continue reading

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