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Possible HSLC Event on 4 Jan 2015

Due to time limitations,  I don’t have a lot to say about this event right now, but I wanted to post something in order to (hopefully) initiate some discussion about a possible late weekend HSLC event over the Southeast. Below … Continue reading

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Post Mortem Work Continues on the CSTAR HSLC Project

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28 February 2013 HSLC Conference Call Notes

I. Attendees: Matt Parker, Jason Davis, and Keith Sherburn (NCSU), Frank Alsheimer (CHS), Trisha Palmer (FFC), Justin Lane and Larry Lee (GSP), Steve Zubrick (LWX), Jonathan Blaes and Mike Strickler (RAH), Steve Keighton (RNK) II. Jason provided a brief update … Continue reading

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1/31/2013 HSLC Conference Call Notes

Attendees: Matt Parker, Jason Davis, and Keith Sherburn (NCSU), Andrew Zimmerman (AKQ), Mike Cammarata and Tony Petrolito (CAE), Frank Alsheimer (CHS), Justin Lane, Pat Moore, and Larry Lee (GSP), Jonathan Blaes (RAH). 1. Jason gave an update on his work. … Continue reading

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Follow Up of Potential HSLC Event

The latest model runs of next week’s frontal system are appear to be kind of/sort of converging toward a solution that would place the strongest deep layer forcing on the cool side of the frontal zone, although I wouldn’t rule … Continue reading

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Potential HSLC Event Early Next Week

The medium range models have been consistent in sweeping a strong cold front across the region early next week. An extended period of deep SW flow is expected to result in an anomalously warm and moist air mass ahead of … Continue reading

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HSLC Mesoanalysis Examples

After our discussion today, it occurred to me that we could begin sharing what we are doing in terms of mesoanalysis presentation via the blog. This is the general template I’m following for my mesoanalysis (the arrows represent the locations … Continue reading

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