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Amanda Burke – April 12

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Using Machine Learning Applications and HREFv2 to Enhance Hail Prediction for Operations Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Amanda Burke April 12, 2019 3:00 pm/ NWC 5600 Abstract: Severe hail results in, on average, more than a billion dollars of damage within the continental United States each year. Thus, timely and accurate operational hail forecasts are vital […]

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Cameron Homeyer- April 11

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Abstract: The tropopause separates the well-mixed troposphere, which is greatly impacted by day-to-day variations in the weather (cyclones, fronts, convection, breaking waves, etc.), from the stable layered stratosphere, which is often slow to change and retains much of its characteristics for long time periods (months to years).

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120 David L Boren Blvd, Norman, OK 73072

Noah Brauer – April 10

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Quantifying Precipitation Efficiency and the Drivers of Excessive Precipitation in Post-Landfall Hurricane Harvey Weather and Climate Systems Noah Brauer April 10, 2019 3:00pm/ NWC 5600 Abstract: Hurricane Harvey produced widespread rainfall amounts over 100 cm to portions of Southeast Texas, including Houston from 26-31 August 2017. The highly efficient and prolonged warm rain processes associated […]

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Marcus Johnson – April 5

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Effects of the Representation of Rimed Ice in Bulk Microphysics Schemes on Polarimetric Signatures Marcus Johnson Friday, April 5th 3:00pm/NWC 5600 Abstract: Many flavors of multi-category, multi-moment bulk microphysics schemes (BMPs) are available for storm-scale modeling and have various treatments of rimed ice. In this study, we compare three two-moment schemes available in the WRF model […]

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Siddhant Gupta – April 3

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Importance of Above and Below Cloud Aerosols in Determining Cloud Properties in Stratocumulus over the South East Atlantic Ocean Siddhant Gupta Wednesday, April 3rd NWC 5600/3:00 pm Biomass-Burning Aerosols (BBA) from the African continent are transported over a large stratocumulus cloud deck off the west coast of Africa by the southern branch of the African […]

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