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Sean Spratley – April 21

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Weather and Climate Systems Seminar   Investigating the connections between Aerosol emissions and their effects on Severe Weather Events in the Southern Great Plains   Sean Spratley Wednesday, April 21st 2:00 pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/jdv-kpfr-gnu Severe weather forecasting is important for mitigating risk to human life, but it is also very difficult and […]

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Brian R. Greene – April 20

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Boundary Layer, Urban Meteorology, and Land-Surface Processes   Large Eddy Simulations of Stable Boundary Layers and Implications for UAS Sampling   Brian R. Greene Tuesday April 20th 1:00 pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/taw-hdgp-cfe   The stable boundary layer (SBL) has significant societal impacts ranging from pollution dispersion to wind energy production. It is therefore […]

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Austin Dixon – April 16

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Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Seminar   Vorticity Characteristics During Tornadogenesis in a High Resolution, Violently Tornadic Supercell Simulation   Austin Dixon Friday, April 16th 3:00pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/ksh-txvg-kni             It’s no stretch to say that the exact process of tornadogenesis remains somewhat of a mystery. Having the “tornado-in-a-bottle” scenario that we have here […]

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Eric Loken – April 16

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School of Meteorology Colloquium   The Creation and Analysis of Next-Day Random Forest-Based High-Impact Weather Forecasts   Eric Loken Friday, April 16th 11:00 am   Join Google Meet: meet.google.com/tbg-ozvi-wsv High-impact weather events—including flash floods, tornadoes, damaging winds, and large hail—are difficult to predict, even with high-resolution numerical weather prediction (NWP) models, due to initial condition […]

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Tomer Burg – April 14

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Weather and Climate Systems Seminar   Tropopause Polar Vortex Linkages to the February 2021 U.S. Cold Air Outbreak Tomer Burg Wednesday, April 14th 2:30 pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/jdv-kpfr-gnu Tropopause Polar Vortices (TPVs) are coherent vortices along the tropopause, with cyclonic TPVs identified by a local minimum in temperature and local maximum in potential vorticity […]

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Anna Wanless – April 14

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Weather and Climate Systems Seminar   Examining Extreme Rainfall Forecast and Communication Processes in the South Central United States Anna Wanless Wednesday, April 14th 2:00 pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/jdv-kpfr-gnu Extreme rainfall events have increased in parts of the country and climate models project that trend to continue. As such, forecasters must be able […]

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Tyler Bell – April 13

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Boundary Layer, Urban Meteorology, and Land-Surface Processes Toward optimizing ground-based thermodynamic retrievals with WxUAS Tyler Bell Tuesday, April 13 1:00pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/taw-hdgp-cfe As increased attention is being given to the atmospheric boundary layer (ABL), more instruments and techniques are becoming available to advance understanding of the processes that occur in this region of […]

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Morgan Schneider – April 9

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 Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics)   Quantifying and Mitigating Debris-Induced Bias in Doppler Radar Measurements of Tornadic Winds Morgan Schneider Friday, April 9th 3:00pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/ksh-txvg-kni Lofting and centrifuging of tornadic debris are known to cause bias in Doppler radar measurements of tornado wind speeds.  Debris presence within a resolution volume is consistently […]

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Addison Alford – April 8

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School of Meteorology Colloquium   Using ground-based fixed and mobile weather radars and numerical modeling to evaluate hurricane structure and dynamics at landfall Addison Alford Thursday, April 8th 11:00 am   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/tbg-ozvi-wsv Hurricane observations during landfall in the United States have received relatively little attention in the research community compared to hurricanes […]

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Taylor Grace – April 7

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Weather and Climate Systems Seminar   An Applied Definition for Heat Waves across the Southern Great Plains      Taylor Grace Friday, April 7th 2:00pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/jdv-kpfr-gnu Heat waves are common to the Southern Great Plains (SGP), yet throughout the research community there are over 16 definitions used to quantify this extreme event. […]

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