Session 6 Innovative Use of Observations and Other Weather Information, Including for Climatographies and in Machine Learning and Statistical Techniques—Part I

Tuesday, 8 January 2019: 1:30 PM-2:30 PM
North 224B (Phoenix Convention Center - West and North Buildings)
Host: 19th Conference on Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology
David P. Duda, SSAI, Hampton, VA and Eric James, NOAA/ESRL, GSD, Boulder, CO

This session will focus on efforts to harness unconventional observations, or conventional observations in innovative ways, for the purpose of advancing aviation, range, and aerospace meteorology.

1:30 PM
The Airbus Perlan II Mission: Forecasting and Modeling for the Argentinian Flights into the Stratosphere in a Piloted, Engineless Glider
James D. Means, WeatherExtreme Ltd., Incline Village, NV; and K. N. Shourd, J. Payne, W. Rogers, D. Gudgel, E. Enevoldson, and E. Austin
1:45 PM
Using Cameras as Weather Sensors—Deriving Weather Data from Images
Randall Bass, FAA, Washington, DC; and J. A. Colavito, G. Pokodner, M. Matthews, K. Kronfeld, and M. Pirone
2:00 PM
The Temporal and Spatial Expansion of LAMP: Going Out to 38 Hours and Covering New Domains
Judy E. Ghirardelli, NOAA/NWS/Meteorological Development Laboratory, Silver Spring, MD; and A. D. Schnapp, B. Glahn, F. Guarriello, P. E. Shafer, J. P. Charba, F. G. Samplatsky, and A. J. Kochenash

2:15 PM
Verifying the Impact of the FV3-GFS Upgrade on LAMP Statistical Guidance
Elizabeth Venteicher, Valparaiso Univ., Valparaiso, IN; and J. E. Ghirardelli and F. G. Samplatsky
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