Session 9 Terrain Forcing and Mesoscale Aspects of Winter Storms

Tuesday, 2 August 2005: 3:30 PM-5:15 PM
Empire Ballroom (Omni Shoreham Hotel Washington D.C.)
Host: 21st Conference on Weather Analysis and Forecasting/17th Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction
Douglas Wesley, UCAR/COMET, UCAR/COMET, Boulder, CO
Michael P. Meyers, NOAA/NWS, National Weather Service Grand Junction, Colorado, Grand Junction, CO

3:30 PM
Investigating stability evolution of two winter storms using mobile GAUS data
Larry L. Smith, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO; and B. Pettegrew, C. J. Melick, and P. S. Market
3:45 PM
Improving the forecasting of barrier jets along coastal Alaska using remote sensing, modeling, and a SARJET field study
Nathaniel S. Winstead, Johns Hopkins University, Laurel, MD; and B. A. Colle, J. B. Olson, G. S. Young, K. Loescher, and N. A. Bond
4:00 PM
High-resolution modeling of the 25 December 2002 Northeast U.S. banded snowstorm
David R. Novak, NOAA/NWS, Bohemia, NY; and B. A. Colle and D. Keyser
4:15 PM
Forecasting Extreme Wintertime Precipitation Events in Northern California
Norman Junker, Retired from NOAA/NWS/NCEP, Camp Springs, MD; and R. Grumm, R. Hart, L. F. Bosart, K. M. Bell, and F. J. Pereira
4:30 PM
Does increasing the resolution of numerical forecasts improve forecast accuracy over fine-scale Intermountain orography?
W. James Steenburgh, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and K. A. Hart and D. J. Onton
5:00 PM
High resolution simulations and microphysical validation of an orographic precipitation event over the Wasatch Mountains during IPEX IOP3
Brian A. Colle, Stony Brook University/SUNY, Stony Brook, NY; and J. Wolfe, J. Steenburgh, D. Kingsmill, J. A. W. Cox, and J. Shafer
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