Tag Archives: HSLC

SREF-SHERB upgrades, and a reminder about HSLC event feedback form

Item 1: The SREF ensemble members have recently been updated (thanks to Jonathan Blaes for bringing this to my attention).  The upgrades include the following: – The seven Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) Nonhydrostatic Mesoscale Model (NMM) members will be eliminated.  … Continue reading

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HSLC Idealized Hodograph Sensitivity Studies: Overview of all 12 Simulations

During the July conference call, I presented preliminary work from a matrix of 12 simulations geared towards exploring the sensitivity of HSLC convection to low-level hodograph shape and the wind profile’s orientation relative to an initiating cold pool. As I … Continue reading

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A Brief Look at Rapid Environmental Changes in a HSLC Case (January 29-30, 2013)

Note: A few figures are provided in the following PowerPoint: Figures One of the goals of the current CSTAR project is to study the environmental evolution that occurs during HSLC events.  Dr. Parker and I have been primarily focused on the changes … Continue reading

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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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