Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics)

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May
07

David Stang – May 7

Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Seminar A Statistical Approach to Diagnosing Storm Mode (Linear vs Isolated) Using Synoptic Scale Variables   David Stang Friday, May 7th 3:00pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/ksh-txvg-kni Determining storm mode (linear or isolated) is a crucial component of any severe weather forecast. Isolated storms are more likely to produce strong to violent […]

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Apr
30

Vivek Shenoy – April 30

Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Seminar   Observing System Simulation Experiments Using Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Various Configurations to Improve High-Resolution Forecasts of Convection.   Vivek Shenoy Friday, April 30th 3:00pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/ksh-txvg-kni There has been a lot of interest and development of small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (sUAVs) to obtain atmospheric measurements for […]

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Apr
23

Mauricio I. Oliveira – April 23

Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Seminar   Storm-Scale Evolution Leading to Cyclic Tornadogenesis in a 50-m, Idealized Numerical Simulation of a Supercell   Mauricio I. Oliveira Friday, April 23rd 3:00pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/ksh-txvg-kni   Supercells thunderstorms are the most prolific tornado producers among all modes of severe convection. In many situations, especially during tornado […]

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Apr
16

Austin Dixon – April 16

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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Apr
09

Morgan Schneider – April 9

 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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Apr
02

Martin Satrio – April 2

Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Seminar   A Preliminary Radar Investigation of the 17 May 2021 McCook / Farnam, NE Tornadic Supercell during TORUS   Martin Satrio Friday, April 2nd 3:30 pm Join Google Meet https://meet.google.com/ksh-txvg-kni While numerical simulations have highlighted the importance of the streamwise vorticity current (SVC) in modulating the low-level mesocyclone in supercells, […]

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Mar
26

Ben J. Davis – March 26

Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Seminar Frequent Assimilation of Enhanced AMVs Using Hybrid EnVar to Improve Hurricane Prediction   Ben J. Davis Friday, March 26th 3:30pm Join Google Meet https://meet.google.com/ksh-txvg-kni Novel high frequency, high resolution enhanced atmospheric motion vector (AMV) data is assimilated in Hurricane Irma (2017). The enhanced AMV data set has sub-hourly frequency, 6 […]

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Mar
26

Logan Roy – March 26

Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Seminar   An Introduction to the Cloud Particle Model: A Novel Particle Based Cloud Microphysics Numerical Model Logan Roy Friday, March 26th 3:00 pm     Join Google Meet https://meet.google.com/ksh-txvg-kni Numerical weather prediction and climate models have large uncertainties associated with representing clouds and microphysical properties and processes, which involve a […]

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Mar
19

John D’Alessandro – March 19

Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Seminar Characterizing the occurrence and spatial heterogeneity of liquid, ice and mixed phase clouds over the Southern Ocean using in situ observations John D’Alessandro   Friday, March 19th 3:00pm Join Google Meet https://meet.google.com/ksh-txvg-kni Low level clouds over the Southern Ocean are an essential component controlling the energy budget over the region, […]

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Mar
12

Rachael Cross – March 12

Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics) Seminar Exploring Observational Tornado Debris Signature Hypotheses Using Radar Simulations and Large-Eddy Simulations Rachael Cross Friday, March 12th 3:00pm   Join Google Meet https://meet.google.com/ksh-txvg-kni Tornadoes can loft various types and sizes of debris, sometimes resulting in a polarimetric radar signature called the TDS (Tornado Debris Signature). The presence of a TDS in the radar data […]

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