A Polarimetric Investigation of the 3 June 2014 Severe Wind-Driven Hail Event
This study will provide a brief review of the thermodynamic and kinematic environments conducive to WDH events along with the preferred convective morphologies from Gallus et al. (2010). Additionally, this study will examine the radar evolution of the 3 June 2014 Omaha, Nebraska WDH event from a dual-polarization radar perspective. Specifically, unique information regarding storm microphysics and storm morphology provided by the dual-polarization radar products will be highlighted along with how this information might be utilized by the warning decision meteorologist.