Poster Session 10 Numerical Modeling and Weather Prediction Posters

Wednesday, 29 October 2008: 3:00 PM-4:30 PM
Madison Ballroom (Hilton DeSoto)
Host: 24th Conference on Severe Local Storms

P10.1 moved. New paper number 14.5A

Evaluation of WRF forecasts of tornadic and nontornadic outbreaks when initialized with synoptic-scale input: The utility of “base-state” parameters
Chad M. Shafer, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK ; and A. E. Mercer, C. A. Doswell III, M. Richman, and L. M. Leslie

Next-day convection-allowing WRF model guidance: A second look at 2- vs. 4-km grid spacing
Craig S. Schwartz, School of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK ; and J. S. Kain, S. J. Weiss, D. R. Bright, M. Xue, F. Kong, K. W. Thomas, J. J. Levit, and M. C. Coniglio

Handout (1.8 MB)

Forecasting of floods using combined nowcasting, mesoscale NWP and hydrological models
Geoffrey L. Austin, Univ. of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; and B. Austin, L. S. Stacey, and P. I. Shucksmith

The NOAA Hazardous Weather Testbed 2008 Spring Experiment: Technical and Scientific Challenges of Creating a Data Visualization Environment for Storm-Scale Deterministic and Ensemble Forecasts
Jason J. Levit, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/SPC, Norman, OK; and G. W. Carbin, D. R. Bright, J. S. Kain, S. J. Weiss, R. S. Schneider, M. C. Coniglio, M. Xue, K. W. Thomas, M. Pyle, and M. L. Weisman

Handout (194.6 kB)

The dependence of high-precipitation supercells on preexisting airmass boundaries: a targeted modeling study
Jennifer M. Brown, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE; and A. L. Houston

Handout (81.6 kB)

The evolution of multi-scale ensemble guidance in the prediction of convective and severe convective storms at the Storm Prediction Center
David R. Bright, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/SPC, Norman, OK; and S. J. Weiss, J. J. Levit, and R. S. Schneider

Handout (2.7 MB)

The operational High Resolution Window WRF model runs at NCEP: Advantages of multiple model runs for severe convective weather forecasting
Steven J. Weiss, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/SPC, Norman, OK ; and M. E. Pyle, Z. Janjic, D. R. Bright, J. S. Kain, and G. J. DiMego

Handout (1.0 MB)

Persistent low level mesocyclones in simulated supercell thunderstorms
Leigh Orf, Central Michigan Univ., Mount Pleasant, MI; and G. H. Bryan, R. Rotunno, M. L. Weisman, and H. B. Bluestein

Impact of spatially varying inversion strength on the evolution of a simulated supercell storm
Conrad L. Ziegler, NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK ; and E. R. Mansell, J. M. Straka, D. R. MacGorman, and D. W. Burgess

Cell interaction, supercell behavior and tornadogenesis
Brian F. Jewett, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and R. B. Wilhelmson and B. D. Lee

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