Author Archives: Hunter Coleman @ WFO CAE

Notes from the 31 May 2012 HSLC conference call

Participants – NCSU (Matt Parker, Jason Davis, Keith Sherburn), GSP (Justin Lane), RAH (Jonathan Blaes, Mike Strickler), RNK (Steve Keighton), LWX (Steven Zubrick), FFC (Steve Nelson, Trish Palmer), AKQ (Andrew Zimmerman), CAE (Hunter Coleman) JB from RAH got the call … Continue reading

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CAE Local Hail Study

We were encouraged to post some recent work done by a forecaster within our office as others might find it interesting and be able to use it operationally as well.  Tony Petrolito derived local probability of severe hail equations using … Continue reading

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Feb28-Mar1 HSLC event

CAE certainly appeared to be affected by an HSLC event Monday evening.  A line of convection developed to our west and pushed into our forecast area just prior to 00z/0301 with what looked like a classic broken-S signature along the … Continue reading

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Operational Forecaster One-Stop Webpage

Following Jonathan’s lead in the operationally relevant information sharing, I thought I would share a webpage that our office uses in our daily operations (is very useful anytime though).  The goal of creating this page was designed to be sort … Continue reading

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A SREF perspective on the upcoming possible HSLC event Tuesday afternoon into early Wednesday morning

I am posting a new post as opposed to replying to Justin’s most recent post about the upcoming possible HSLC environment because I can’t seem to find a way to include images in a comment of an existing post (if … Continue reading

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