Monthly Archives: January 2018

Collaborative Effort to predict hourly temperature drop during the August, 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

A total solar eclipse is a rare event. In the past 50 years, there has been only 1 total eclipse visible from the Southeast United States, on March 7, 1970, and just a handful of partial eclipses including May 30, … Continue reading

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Increasing Threat for HSLC Severe Weather on Tuesday Morning across Portions of Virginia and North Carolina

A quick look at some of the forecast products on the NC State HLSC web page suggests an increasing threat for severe weather on Tuesday morning. While the overall thermodynamic environment appears marginal, recent forecast trends suggest boundary layer moisture and … Continue reading

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HSLC Products and Feedback Form

Given that Friday has at least some low-end HSLC potential in the Southeastern U.S., I took the opportunity to update the HSLC products feedback form so that it now includes questions about the so-called Modified SHERB (MOSH) and SHERBE (MOSHE).  … Continue reading

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