23rd Conference on Severe Local Storms

Session 19


Case Studies II

 Chair: Matthew S. Gilmore, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL
3:30 PM19.1Analysis of the 2 April 2006 Quasi-Linear Convective System (QLCS) over the Mid-Mississippi Valley Region: Storm Structure and Evolution from WSR-88D data  extended abstract
Ron W. Przybylinski, NOAA/NWSFO, Saint Charles, MO; and J. E. Sieveking, G. K. Schmocker, and N. T. Atkins
3:45 PM19.2Storm mode evolution from a quasi-linear convective system to a discrete tornadic supercell during the historic Wisconsin tornado outbreak of 18 August 2005: a radar perspective  extended abstract
Seth Binau, NOAA/NWS, La Crosse, WI; and D. A. Baumgardt
4:00 PM19.3An Overview of the May 10, 2003 Tornado Outbreak  extended abstract
Fred H. Glass, NOAA/NWSFO, St. Charles, MO
4:15 PM19.4Sampling Issues Associated with the Evansville Tornado and other nearby Supercells on the Early Morning of 6 November 2005: Challenges to Operational Forecasters  extended abstract
Patrick J. Spoden, NOAA/NWSFO, West Paducah, KY; and R. Przybylinski, C. Wielgos, and R. Shanklin
4:30 PM19.5The Wrentham Tornado of 2004: Evolution of a Tornadic HP Supercell from a Pronounced Splitting Bow Echo in the WFO Taunton, MA County Warning Area  extended abstract
David R. Vallee, NOAA/NWS, Taunton, MA; and F. M. Nocera
4:45 PM19.6An Examination of the Mesoscale Environment of the James Island Memorial Day Tornado  extended abstract
Steven B. Taylor, NOAA/NWS, Charleston, SC

Friday, 10 November 2006: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM, St. Louis AB

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