23rd Conference on Severe Local Storms

Session 18


Case Studies I

 Chair: Josh Korotky, NOAA/NWS, Pittsburgh, PA
1:30 PM18.1The Tri-State Tornado of 18 March 1925, Part I: Re-examination of the damage path  
Donald W. Burgess, CIMMS/Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and R. H. Johns, C. A. Doswell, J. Hart, M. S. Gilmore, and S. F. Piltz
1:45 PM18.2The Tri-State Tornado of 18 March 1925. Part II: Re-examination of the weather conditions supporting the parent storm  
Robert A. Maddox, Consultant, Tucson, AZ; and M. S. Gilmore, C. Crisp, J. A. Hart, C. A. Doswell, and D. W. Burgess
2:00 PM18.3Evolution of the mesoscale environment prior to the 12 March 2006 Missouri Ozarks tornado outbreak  extended abstract
Gino Izzi, NOAA/NWSFO, Springfield, MO; and J. P. Gagan
2:15 PM18.4An elevated supercell with damaging wind reports from the morning of 12 March 2006  extended abstract
Stephen M. Goss, SPC, Norman, OK; and R. L. Thompson and E. M. Bookbinder
2:30 PM18.5A case study of a long-lived supercell in the 12 March 2006 severe weather outbreak  extended abstract
George L. Limpert, Univ. of Missouri, Columbia, MO; and C. J. Schultz, E. R. Sutton, C. C. Heck, and N. I. Fox
2:45 PM18.6The Role of a Squall-line and Boundary Interaction in the Development of the Long-lived 21-22 July 2003 Tornadic Supercell across Eastern New York and Western New England  extended abstract
Thomas A. Wasula, NOAA/NWS, Albany, NY; and K. D. LaPenta

Friday, 10 November 2006: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM, St. Louis AB

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