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HSLC/SHERB Presentation to NWS Central Region Southeast SOO Group

On August 31st, 2016, I was invited to attend and speak at the NWS Central Region (CR) Southeast SOO Group Meeting at WFO Indianapolis on the topic of our (WFO ILN — Wilmington, OH) experiences/research with non-supercell HSLC tornadoes and the … Continue reading

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Mesonet Data Captures Impressive Nocturnal Surface Theta-E Rise Immediately Ahead of QLCS EF1 Tornado in Ohio (June 23rd, 2016)

During the nighttime hours of June 22nd/23rd, a cluster of severe thunderstorms expanded (QLCS) as it moved from Indiana into Ohio ahead of a seasonably strong shortwave trough shifting through the Great Lakes.   This cluster of storms had previously been responsible … Continue reading

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Halloween Night HSLC Tornadic QLCS – A SHERB Success!

All, During the late evening of Halloween 2013, the Ohio Valley experienced a fairly widespread and typical HSLC tornadic QLCS between 02Z and 06Z. Forward speed of the convective system was on the order of 65 mph, and the narrow … Continue reading

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