Poster Session 7 Organized Convection and Severe Phenomena: Posters 1.

Tuesday, 29 August 2017: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
Zurich (Swissotel Chicago)
Host: 38th Conference on Radar Meteorology
Angela K. Rowe, Univ. of Washington, Atmospheric Sciences, Seattle, WA and Timothy J. Lang, NASA MSFC, Earth Science Branch, Huntsville, AL

First poster session on studies of impactful events including multi-instrument and multi-platform retrievals (e.g., Multi-Doppler). Covers many scales from tornadoes and microbursts to winter events and hurricanes.

High-temporal Resolution Observations of the 27 May 2015 Canadian, Texas, Tornado using the Atmospheric Imaging Radar
Casey B. Griffin, Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and D. Bodine, J. M. Kurdzo, A. Mahre, R. D. Palmer, J. Lujan Jr., and A. Byrd

Three-Dimensional Multiple Doppler Radar Wind Synthesis and Thermodynamic Retrieval over Complex Terrain and Their Applications in Severe Weather Analyses
Yu-Chieng Liou, National Central Univ., Jhongli City, Taiwan; and W. Y. Wang, Y. L. Teng, and P. C. Yang

PX-1000 Observations of Mesoscale Convective Systems During PECAN
David J. Bodine, Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and J. M. Kurdzo, B. L. Cheong, and K. L. Rasmussen

Analysis of the 16 May 2015 Tipton, Oklahoma EF-3 Tornado at High Spatiotemporal Resolution Using the Atmospheric Imaging Radar
Andrew Mahre, Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and J. M. Kurdzo, D. J. Bodine, C. B. Griffin, R. D. Palmer, and T. Y. Yu

Preliminary Results for VORTEX-SE 2017: Improving Radar Wind Retrievals in Potentially Tornadic Storms in the Southeast United States
Karen A. Kosiba, Center for Severe Weather Research, Boulder, CO; and J. Marquis and J. Wurman
Manuscript (7.1 MB)

Handout (7.1 MB)

Plains Elevated Convection At Night (PECAN): Evaluating Severe Surface Wind Potential in Nocturnal MCSs
Karen A. Kosiba, Center for Severe Weather Research, Boulder, CO; and J. Wurman

Analysis of the 6 July 2015 PECAN MCS Utilizing Airborne- and Ground-Based Doppler Observations and Airborne In-Situ Microphysical Data
Daniel M. Stechman, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and R. M. Rauber, G. M. McFarquhar, M. M. Bell, B. F. Jewett, R. A. Black, D. P. Jorgensen, and T. J. Schuur

Handout (27.0 MB)

An Analysis of the Evolution and Structure of a Multiple-Tornado-Producing Supercell Near Dodge City, KS, on 24 May 2016
Zachary B. Wienhoff, Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and H. B. Bluestein, L. J. Wicker, J. C. Snyder, A. Shapiro, C. K. Potvin, and D. W. Reif

A Multi-Parameter Predictor for Improved Convective Winds Nowcasting at Cape Canaveral Using C-band Dual-Polarization Radar and Environmental Observations
Bruno L. Medina, Univ. of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL; and C. G. Amiot, R. M. Mecikalski, L. D. Carey, W. P. Roeder, T. M. McNamara, and R. J. Blakeslee

An Examination of Convective Enhancement within Complex Terrain on 5 April 2017 during VORTEX-SE
Todd A. Murphy, Univ. of Louisiana, Monroe, LA; and R. A. Wade, A. W. Lyza, and K. R. Knupp

Handout (9.6 MB)

Radar Determined Dynamical and Microphysical Properties of Wet Season Convection in Darwin As a Function of Wet Season Regime
Robert Jackson, ANL, Lemont, IL; and S. Collis, A. Protat, V. Louf, L. Majewski, T. J. Lang, and C. K. Potvin

Preliminary Analysis of Three-Dimensional Wind over Complex Terrain in South Korea Using Multiple-Doppler Radar Observations
Chia-Lun Tsai, Kyungpook National Univ., Daegu, Korea, Republic of (South); and K. Kim, Y. C. Liou, and G. Lee

Handout (4.8 MB)

Changes in the Radial and Tangential Distribution of Radar Reflectivity During Tropical Cyclone Landfalls Over the United States
Corene J. Matyas, Univ. of Florida, Gainesville, FL; and J. Tang, S. E. Zick, and M. Schneider
Manuscript (951.4 kB)

Handout (2.8 MB)

Structure of Hailstorms in North Carolina Obtained from EXRAD Airborne Radar During IPHEx
Gerald M. Heymsfield, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and L. Tian, S. Guimond, L. Li, and M. McLinden

Handout (22.5 MB)

Radar Characteristics of Convective Downdrafts and Environments Observed during the VORTEX-Southeast Project
James Marquis, Center for Severe Weather Research, Boulder, CO; and J. Wurman, K. Kosiba, and P. Robinson

Radar Observations of a Small Tornado on 5 April 2017 during VORTEX-SE
Anthony W. Lyza, Univ. of Alabama, Huntsville, AL; and K. Knupp

A Preliminary Assessment of Infrasonic Tornado Detection via Comparison with Dual-Polarization Doppler Radar
Barrett Goudeau, Univ. of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL; and K. Knupp and H. Rinehart

Radar Data Characteristics of Two Severe Convective Systems Inflicting Massive Fatalities in China
Yongguang Zheng, National Meteorological Centre, Beijing, China; and W. Zhu
Manuscript (1.4 MB)

Handout (7.9 MB)

Analyzing Tornadic Debris Signatures by Integrating Aerial Imagery and Polarimetric Radar Data in GIS
Angela R. Burke, Univ. of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL; and R. Wade, R. Griffin, A. W. Lyza, and D. M. Conrad

The Role of Polarimetric, Doppler Velocity, and Spectrum Width Signatures in the Reanalysis of a QLCS Tornado Cluster
Richard Castro, NOAA/NWS, Romeoville, IL; and A. Lyza, A. W. Clayton, B. Borchardt, E. Lenning, M. Friedlein, and K. R. Knupp

Operational Applications of Environmental and Radar Predictors for Tornado Intensity
Matthew Friedlein, NOAA/NWS, Romeoville, IL; and B. Deubelbeiss, E. Lenning, A. W. Clayton, and A. Lyza

Handout (1.9 MB)

Utilizing Environmental and Radar Predictors to Anticipate Tornado Intensity
Adam W. Clayton, Univ. of Alabama, Huntsville, AL; and E. Lenning, M. Friedlein, A. W. Lyza, and K. Knupp

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