Name: Madeline Clark Frank Title: Atmospheric Conditions Preceding Very Rapid Sea Ice Loss Events Location: TBD Date: 2019/10/16 Time: 3:00 PM Series: Weather and Climate Systems Abstract: As Arctic sea ice continues to decline and resources in that region become more accessible, there is a growing need to understand the dynamics of Arctic sea ice. In […]
Name: Daniel Phoenix Title: Simulated Impacts of Tropopause-Penetrating Convection on the Chemical Composition of the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere Location: NWC 5930 Date: 2019/10/2 Time: 03:00 PM Series: Weather and Climate Systems Abstract: Tropopause-penetrating convection is capable of rapidly transporting air from the lower troposphere to the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere (UTLS). Since the […]
Name: Elisa Murillo Title: A 22-Year Hail Climatology using GridRad MESH Observations Location: NWC 5930 Date: 2019/09/18 Time: 03:00 PM Series: Weather and Climate Systems Abstract: Severe hail accounts for the vast majority of severe weather-induced property loss in the United States each year. Assessments of spatial and temporal hail fall characteristics using hail reports are […]
Name: Sara Wugofski Title: Synoptic and Mesoscale Analysis of the 2015 Southern Great Plains Flash Pluvial Location: 5600 Date: 2019/5/1 Time: 3:00 PM Series: Weather and Climate Systems Abstract: During May and June of 2015, the Southern Great Plains (SGP) of the United States experienced numerous heavy rainfall and flooding events. The immense amount of rainfall […]
Special Weather and Climate Seminar Firm Behavior in the Face of Severe Weather: Studying the Effects of Deterministic and Probabilistic Warning Systems Alison Boehmer Friday, April 26th NWC 1350/11:00 am In the face of increasing severe weather, particularly tornadoes, it is necessary to understand how firms process and react to information related to storms. […]
Abstract: In the southern great plains, winter weather can have large impacts due to heavy icing and inadequate mitigation resources. The boundary between cold arctic air from the north and warm gulf moisture to the south is a consistent forecasting challenge for models even in the short-term.
Tropopause-penetrating convection is capable of rapidly transporting air from the lower troposphere to the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere (UTLS). Since the vertical redistribution of gases in the atmosphere by convection can have important impacts on the chemistry of the UTLS, the radiative budget, and climate, it has become a recent focus of observational and modeling studies.
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 […]