Poster Session 1B Severe Storm Hazards: Hail

Monday, 22 October 2018: 3:30 PM-5:30 PM
Stowe & Atrium rooms (Stoweflake Mountain Resort )
Host: 29th Conference on Severe Local Storms

Albany Forecast Area Significant Hail Climatology and Case Studies
Thomas A. Wasula, NOAA/NWS, Albany, NY; and B. J. Frugis and D. B. Thompson

Handout (4.3 MB)

Simulation of a Hail Event Set for Central Europe
Christopher M. Castellano, European Severe Storms Laboratory, Wessling, Germany; and P. Groenemeijer, A. T. Raedler, E. Faust, and T. Pucik

Insights Into Identifying and Nowcasting Deep Hail Accumulations
Robinson Wallace, Univ. of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO; and K. Friedrich, B. Meier, W. Deierling, E. A. Kalina, and P. T. Schlatter

Comparison of Impact Disdrometer and Surface Hailstone Measurements with Dual-Polarization Doppler Radar-Based Hail Swaths from the 29 May 2018 Erick, Oklahoma Hailstorm
Jacob Sorber, Pennsylvania State Univ., Univ. Park, PA; and M. R. Kumjian, I. M. Giammanco, and T. M. Brown-Giammanco

Dual-Polarization Radar and Environmental Characteristics of Storms Producing Large Accumulations of Small Hail
Matthew R. Kumjian, The Pennsylvania State Univ., Univ. Park, PA; and Z. J. Lebo and A. Ward

Updraft Width in Severe Thunderstorms – Observations of Significant-Hail Producing Thunderstorms
Jenni Rauhala, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland

Observing Hail Swaths Using the GOES-16 Advanced Baseline Imager
Dillon V. Blount, Univ. of South Alabama, Mobile, AL; and P. N. Schumacher and K. Gallo

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