20th Conference on Severe Local Storms

Poster Session 6

 Observations And Studies Of Tornadoes And Tornadic Storms
 P6.1Case study of an unforecasted mini-supercell with a high-top in Colorado  
Stephen J. Hodanish, NOAA/NWS, Pueblo, CO; and G. J. Stumpf
 P6.2VORTEX 95 High precision barogram obtained near the Allison, TX tornado  
Emmett Redd, Southwest Missouri State Univ., Springfield, MO
 P6.3High resolution single-Doppler observations of two tornadoes  
Michael I. Biggerstaff, Texas A&M Univ., College Station, TX
 P6.4Observations of tornadogenesis with a 3-mm-wavelength mobile Doppler radar  
Howard B. Bluestein, Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and A. L. Pazmany
 P6.5Close Range WSR-88D Observations Of Several Tornadic Storms  
Fred H. Glass, NOAA/NWS, St. Charles, MO; and M. F. Britt
 P6.6South Florida 1998 Groundhog Day tornado outbreak  
Kim O. Brabander, NOAA/NWS, Miami, FL
 P6.7A case study of a well-documented tornadic thunderstorm in the San Joaquin Valley, California  
Theodore B. Schlaepfer, San Francisco State Univ., San Francisco, CA; and J. P. Monteverdi
 P6.8First WSR-88D documentation of an anticyclonic supercell with anticyclonic tornadoes: the Sunnyvale/Los Altos tornadoes of 4 May 1998  
John P. Monteverdi, San Francisco State Univ., San Francisco, CA; and W. Blier, G. J. Stumpf, W. Pi, and K. Anderson
 P6.9The tornadic supercell of 8 April 1998 across Alabama and Georgia  
Kevin J. Pence, NOAA/NWS, Birmingham, AL; and B. E. Peters
 P6.10A Tornadic Thunderstorm in the Complex Terrain of Southcentral New Mexico  
Jeffrey E. Passner, U.S. Army Research Lab., White Sands Missle Range, NM; and J. A. Rogash
 P6.11The Saint James Tornado: A Case Study of Boundary Interaction  
James L. Taggart, NOAA/NWSFO, Springfield, MO
 P6.12An overview of a cool season tornadic supercell over central Mississippi  
Alan E. Gerard, NOAA/NWSFO, Jackson, MS; and G. R. Garrett and C. Morgan
 P6.13Supercell differentiation and organization for the 19 April 1996 Illinois tornado outbreak  
Bruce D. Lee, Univ. of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO; and B. F. Jewett and R. B. Wilhelmson
 P6.14Cincinnati, Ohio Tornadic Outbreak 9 April 1999A Case Study  
Gregory A. Tipton, NOAA/NWSFO, Wilmington, OH; and J. T. DiStefano and G. J. Stumpf
 P6.15Paper moved to 17.1A  
 P6.16Numerical simulation of secondary vortex development in a tornadic vortex  
Catherine A. Finley, Univ. of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO; and B. D. Lee and W. R. Cotton
 P6.17Estimates of rear-flank downdraft buoyancy as a predictor of tornadogenesis  
William A. Gallus Jr., Iowa State Univ., Ames, IA; and C. J. Anderson and A. E. Frederick
 P6.18On the Nature of Highly Deviant Supercell Motion  
Matthew J. Bunkers, NOAA/NWSFO, Rapid City, SD; and J. W. Zeitler
 P6.19An investigation of topographic influence on tornades in Georgia  
Scott A. Lawrimore, Georgia Institute of Technology and The Weather Channel, Atlanta, GA; and J. C. St. John, G. Beeley, and T. Murphy

Wednesday, 13 September 2000: 12:00 PM-1:30 PM

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