Poster Session 3 30 WAF/26 NWP Wednesday Poster Session

Wednesday, 15 January 2020: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Hall B (Boston Convention and Exhibition Center)
Host: 30th Conference on Weather Analysis and Forecasting (WAF)/26th Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP)

Application of Numerical Models in Visibility Forecasting for Airports over Taiwan
Yi-Chiu Lin, National Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan; and L. J. Chen and J. P. Chen

Squall Lines and Extreme Rainfall in the Victoria, Australia Region
Stacey M. Hitchcock, Univ. of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; and T. P. Lane

Observations of Sea–Land-Breeze Circulation in Surface Wind Time Series
Jewon Kim, Gangneung-Wonju National Univ., Gangneung, Korea, Republic of (South); and S. L. Kang

A Climatology of High-Non-Thunderstorm Winds in the Tennessee Valley
Kathleen M. Magee, National Weather Service, Huntsville, AL; and K. D. White

Handout (1.5 MB)

The Influence of Coastline on the Orientation of Squall Lines
Hongjun Liu, Peking Univ., Beijing, China

Differences between Well-Forecast and Poorly Forecast Bow-Echo Events in the WRF
Ezio Luca Mauri, Iowa State Univ., Ames, IA; and W. A. Gallus Jr.

The Instability in and Trigger Mechanism of an Extreme Precipitation Event in the Yili River Valley on 31 July 2016
Liu Jing, Institute of Desert Meteorology, China Meteorological Administration, Urumqi, China

A Novel Approach to Stratifying the Precipitation Time Series: A Precipitation Climatology for Montréal, Québec
Kai Melamed-Turkish, McGill Univ., Montreal, Canada; and E. H. Atallah and J. R. Gyakum

Handout (2.9 MB)

Analysis of Mesoscale Characteristics of a Torrential Rain in Hubei Province
Xianting Zhao, CMA, Wuhan, China; and X. Wang, J. Wang, and X. Wang

Blending Technology of Radar Extrapolation and Mesoscale Numerical Prediction Based on Python
Junchao Wang, Hubei Key Laboratory for Heavy Rain Monitoring and Warning Research, Institute of Heavy Rain, CMA,Wuhan, Wuhan, China; and Z. Wang and A. Lai

Statistical Analysis of the Doppler Velocity Correction of Ka-Band Cloud Radar and Microrain Radar Measurements
Xia Wan, Institute of Heavy Rain, China Meteorological Adiministration, Wuhan, Wuhan, Hubei Province, China; and B. Xi

The Raindrop Size Distributions for Heavy Rainfall during the Mei-Yu Season in the Middle of China
Zhikang Fu Sr., Institute of Heavy Rain, CMA, Wuhan, Wuhan, China; and X. Dong, L. Zhou, and W. Cui

Microphysical Process Study of Mei-Yu Precipitation Events over Central China
Lingli Zhou, Institute of Heavy Rain, CMA, Wuhan, Wuhan, China; and X. Dong, Z. Fu Sr., B. Wang, L. Leng, B. Xi, and C. Cui

Multiscale Spatiotemporal Variability of the East Asian Summer Monsoon Stationary Frontal System: Observation versus Its Representation in the GFDL HiRAM
Yana Li, Sun Yat-sen Univ., Guangzhou, China; The Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong; and Y. Deng, S. Yang, H. Zhang, Y. Ming, and Z. Shen

The Impact of Tropical Cyclones and Monsoonal Circulations on Floods in the Grand Canyon
Brent Roberts, Brewer High School, Maine, Brewer, ME; and S. Jain

Resolving Sahelian Thunderstorms Improves Midlatitude Weather Forecasts
Gregor Pante, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany; and P. Knippertz

Handout (2.1 MB)

Impact of Vertical Wind Shear on Gravity Wave Propagation in the Land–Sea-Breeze Circulation at the Equator
Yu Du, Sun Yat-sen Univ., Guangzhou, China; and R. Rotunno and F. Zhang

Influence of Environmental Winds on Land–Sea-Breeze Afternoon Thunderstorms over Western Puerto Rico
Angelie T. Nieves Jiménez, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and R. Ríos-Berríos, K. Werner, and K. Maull

On the Rainfall and Temperature Forecast Skill for a Tropical Andean Mountain Area in Northern South America Using Different Operational Weather Forecast Strategies: Role of the Diurnal Cycle of Rainfall on the Success of Data Assimilation
Mauricio Zapata, Sistema de Alerta Temprana del Valle de Aburrá (SIATA), Medellín, Colombia; and G. Guzmán, C. D. Hoyos, J. C. Hernández Díaz, L. I. Ceballos, S. M. López Zapata, and M. Guarin Vargas

Understanding Rapid Intensity Changes in Official Hurricane Intensity Forecast Error Distributions
Benjamin C. Trabing, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO; and M. M. Bell

Development and Evaluation of a Multimodel Global Ensemble Tropical Cyclone Wind Speed Probability Product
Alan Brammer, CIRA/Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO; and A. B. Schumacher and K. D. Musgrave

Numerical Model Forecast Tracks during Hurricane Florence (2018)
Frank P. Colby Jr., Univ. of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA; and A. B. Penny and M. Barlow

Developing the RAP/HRRR Physics Suite to Improve Tropical Shallow-Cumuli Structures across the Gray Zone
J. Olson, NOAA, Boulder, CO; and J. Kenyon, J. Brown, W. M. Angevine, H. Vagasky, and G. Grell

The Meteorology of the November 2018 Camp Fire
Clifford F. Mass, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; and D. Ovens

Wildfire Impact on Environmental Thermodynamics and Severe Convective Storms
Yuwei Zhang, PNNL, Richland, WA; and J. Fan, T. Logan, Z. Li, and C. R. Homeyer

Identification of Forecast Biases to Improve Fire Danger Forecasts in Colorado
Brandon K. Cohen, Univ. of Louisiana, Monroe, Monroe, LA; and P. T. Schlatter and L. Kriederman

Poster 1227 is now Paper 9B.4A.

A Polarimetric Radar Forward Operator and Application for Convective Storm Initiation
X. Li, Univ. of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL; and J. R. Mecikalski

Linear Least Squares Derivative Gradients of Single-Radar Products and Their Applications for Severe Weather
Thea Sandmael, CIMMS/Univ. of Oklahoma and NOAA/OAR/NSSL, Norman, OK; and B. R. Smith

The Assimilation of Dual-Phased-Array Weather Radar Observations on Short-Range Convective Forecasts
James Taylor, RIKEN, Kobe, Japan; and G. Y. Lien, S. Satoh, and T. Miyoshi

Evolution of Single- and Dual-Polarization Radar Signatures Associated with QLCS Mesovortices
Olivia F. McCauley, NWC REU Program, Norman, OK; and C. M. Kuster, V. N. Mahale, and T. Shuur

Operational Utility of the Depth and Width of Three-Body Scatter Spikes
Keith D. Sherburn, NOAA/NWS, Rapid City, SD; and J. Chamberlain

Inferring Severe Convective Wind Gust Probabilities in Florida from NEXRAD Storm Structure Data
Madeline R. Frank, Climate Forecast Applications Network, Atlanta, GA; and J. Miller and V. Toma

All-Sky Radiance Assimilation for COAMPS-TC Tropical Cyclone Rapid Intensification Prediction
Qingyun Zhao, NRL, Monterey, CA; and N. Baker, Y. Jin, J. Doyle, R. G. Nystrom, Y. Zhang, X. Chen, C. Hartman, and F. Zhang

Assimilation of CYGNSS Wind Speed for Tropical Convection during 2018 MJO Onset
X. Li, Univ. of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL; and T. J. Lang and J. R. Mecikalski

Understanding of Convection Genesis by an Urban Meteorological Model Based on Large Eddy Simulation
Kosei Yamaguchi, Kyoto Univ., Uji, Kyoto, Japan; and T. Tsuchihashi, D. Konishi, and E. Nakakita

Results of Varying Vertical Grid Resolution and Microphysics in 3-km FV3 Stand-Alone Regional Runs
Eric Aligo, EMC/NCEP/NWS/NOAA and I.M. Systems Group, Inc., College Park, MD; and E. Strobach, Y. Lin, L. C. Dawson, J. R. Carley, and J. S. Kain

Test of a Prognostic Cloud Cover in the FV3GFS
Ruiyu Sun, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/EMC and IMSG, College Park, MD; and J. S. Kain and J. Han

Characterization of the Atmospheric Conditions and Cloudiness Leading to Extreme Rainfall Events over the Northern South America Andean Region: An Approach Using High=Resolution Data from GOES-ABI and ERA-5
Carlos Andrés Bonilla, Sistema de Alerta Temprana del Valle de Aburrá (SIATA), Medellín, Colombia; Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Medellín., Medellín, Colombia; and C. D. Hoyos

Possible Sting Jet Development in Hurricanes Michael and Leslie (2018) Postextratropical Transition
Deirdre Dolan, NOAA, College Park, MD; and M. J. Folmer, J. M. Sienkiewicz, and H. Fort

Declarative Surface Station Plots: The Next Stop on the GEMPAK Replacement Roadmap for MetPy
Maxwell Grover, UCAR, Boulder, CO; and R. M. May and Z. Bruick

The Python-Based MPMC Test Suite for NOAA Operational Data Assimilation Systems (GSI/EnKF)
G. Ge, CIRES and NOAA/ESRL/GSD, Boulder, CO; and M. Hu, C. Zhou, and D. Stark

A Python-Based Quantitative Precipitation Estimate over Alaska Using Rain Gauge Kriging and the HRRR-AK Precipitation Forecast
Brett T. Hoover, CIMSS, Madison, WI; and J. A. Otkin, E. Petrescu, and E. Niebuhr

Poster 1249 is now Paper J51.2A.

- Indicates paper has been withdrawn from meeting
- Indicates an Award Winner