P4
Severe Storm Climatology

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Monday, 5 November 2012: 3:00 PM-4:15 PM
Symphony III and Foyer (Loews Vanderbilt Hotel)
Host: 26th Conference on Severe Local Storms
Papers:
 
57
Tornadoes in Turkey
Abdullah Kahraman, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey

 
58
The Role of Low-Level Thermal Instability on Tornado Intensity
Nicholas L. Hampshire, NOAA/NWS, Fort Worth, TX; and R. M. Mosier, D. E. Cavanaugh, and T. M. Ryan
Manuscript (463.7 kB)

Handout (267.9 kB)

 
59
Using Tornado, Lightning, and Population Data to Identify Tornado Prone Areas in Canada
David M. L. Sills, EC, Toronto, ON, Canada; and V. Cheng, B. Rousseau, P. J. McCarthy, J. Waller, J. Klaassen, and H. Auld
Manuscript (3.2 MB)

 
60
An examination of tornado environments, events, and impacts from 2003-2012
Andrew R. Dean, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/SPC, Norman, OK; and R. Schneider
Manuscript (1.1 MB)

Handout (1.1 MB)

 
61
Towards a Tornado Power Climatology for Tennessee
Robert Mark Simpson, University of Tennessee, Martin, TN

 
62
Examination of WSR-88D VWP Data in Proximity to Strong Tornadoes
Jared L. Guyer, NOAA/NWS/SPC, Norman, OK; and J. A. Hart
Manuscript (330.4 kB)

 
63
Application of a self-organizing map statistical technique to a RUC supercell proximity sounding database
Anders A. Jensen, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA; and C. J. Nowotarski
Manuscript (7.6 MB)

 
64
A Climatology of Great Plains Supercells from 2005-2007
Cody D. Oppermann, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE; and A. L. Houston
Manuscript (1.7 MB)

 
66
Identification of Ideal Smoothing Radii and Appropriate Seasonal Applications for Tornado Climatology Research
P. Grady Dixon, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS; and A. E. Mercer, K. Grala, and W. H. Cooke

 
67
Climatology of Tornado Outbreaks in the Eastern United States
Christopher M. Fuhrmann, Southeast Regional Climate Center, Chapel Hill, NC; and C. E. Konrad, J. McLeod, M. M. Kovach, and W. Schmitz

 
68
Environmental and Observational Characteristics Associated with Tornadic QLCSs
Matthew E. Anderson, NOAA/NWSFO, Calera, AL; and K. B. Laws, B. M. Williams, and C. J. Rohrbach

 
69
An update from the Severe Hazards Analysis and Verification Experiment (SHAVE)
Kiel L. Ortega, Univ. of Oklahoma/CIMMS and NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK

Handout (1.6 MB)

 
70
Significant hail producing storms in Finland
Jari-Petteri Tuovinen, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland; and J. Rauhala
Manuscript (222.3 kB)

 
71
Statistical Analysis of Summer MCS in Middle Eastern China
yun chen, National Meteorological Center, CMA, Beijing, China; and B. zeng

 
72
Statistical Analysis of Quasi-Stationary Mesoscale Convective Systems over Complex Terrain in Japan
Takashi Unuma, Kyoto University, Uji, Kyoto, Japan; and T. Takemi

 
73
Climatology of Null Severe Outbreak Events
Alyssa V. Bates, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS; and A. E. Mercer

 
74
The Multi-Year Reanalysis of Remotely Sensed Storms (MYRORSS) Project
Kiel L. Ortega, Univ. of Oklahoma/CIMMS and NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK ; and T. M. Smith, J. Zhang, C. Langston, Y. Qi, S. E. Stevens, and J. E. Tate

Handout (2.5 MB)

 
75
Appalachian lee troughs and their association with severe convective storms
Daniel B. Thompson, SUNY, Albany, NY; and L. F. Bosart, D. Keyser, T. A. Wasula, and M. R. Kramar

 
76
National Weather Service Contributions to the CSTAR High Shear/Low CAPE Severe Convective Storms Project
Justin D. Lane, NOAA/NWSFO, Greer, SC; and H. Coleman, P. D. Moore, J. Blaes, and T. D. Palmer

 
77
Identifying and Ranking Multi-Day Severe Weather Outbreaks
Chad M. Shafer, Univ. of South Alabama, Mobile, AL; and C. A. Doswell III
Manuscript (1.0 MB)

Handout (2.8 MB)

 
79
A radar-based climatology of tropopause folds and deep convection
Bogdan Antonescu, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom; and G. Vaughan and D. M. Schultz

 
80
Observation study during the pre-monsoon season over northeast Bangladesh
Masashi Kiguchi, University of Tokyo, Toyko, Japan; and F. Murata, T. Terao, T. Hayashi, and T. Oki

 
81
STEPCLIM: Severe Thunderstorm Evaluation and Predictability in Climate Models
Georg Pistotnik, European Severe Storms Laboratory, Wessling, Germany; and P. Groenemeijer, K. Riemann-Campe, and T. Kühne
Manuscript (1.1 MB)

Handout (938.8 kB)

 
83
Impact of Choices made when Creating Composite Soundings: Feature versus Height Averaging and Moisture Variable Considerations
Alexander R. Zarnowski, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND; and M. S. Gilmore

Handout (2.6 MB)