Weather and Climate Systems

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Oct
27

Melanie Schroers – October 27

Weather and Climate Systems   Informed Science from a Subseasonal Perspective: Initial Lessons Learned from PRES2iP Workshop 2   Melanie Schroers   Wednesday, October 27 3:00 PM Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr Prediction of climate extremes at the subseasonal to seasonal (S2S) time scale has become a large topic of conversation between researchers and stakeholders. Fourteen-day […]

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Oct
20

Shun-Nan Wu – October 20

Weather and Climate Systems   The Role of Cloud-Radiation Interactions in Accelerating Tropical Cyclone Development   Shun-Nan Wu   Wednesday, October 20 3:00 PM Google Meet   This study examines how cloud-radiation interactions affect the development of tropical cyclones (TCs) using satellite measurements and idealized model simulations. A complete understanding of TC genesis remains unclear. […]

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Oct
13

Bryony Louise Puxley – October 13

Weather and Climate Systems   Precipitation Whiplash Events Across the Southern Great Plains of the United States   Bryony Louise Puxley   Wednesday, October 13 3:00pm Join Google Meet:  https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr   The Southern Great Plains is a region that is prone to precipitation extremes and transitions between them which have direct impacts on agriculture, infrastructure, […]

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Oct
06

Elisa Murillo – October 6

Weather and Climate Systems Environmental and Storm Characteristics Associated with Warm and Cold Above-Anvil Cirrus Plumes Elisa Murillo Wednesday, October 6 3:00pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr Or dial: (US) +1 314-649-9181 PIN: 293 300 648# Above-anvil cirrus plumes (AACPs) in midlatitude convection serve as important indicators for severe storms and stratospheric hydration events. Recent studies […]

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Sep
29

Erin Jones – September 29

Weather and Climate Systems   Multi-Resolution and Multiscale Hybrid 4DEnVar for FV3GFS to Improve Global and Tropical Cyclone Numerical Prediction   Erin Jones   Wednesday, September 29th 3:00 pm Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr Or dial: (US) +1 314-649-9181 PIN: 293 300 648# The genesis and intensification of several meteorological features, notably tropical cyclones and frontal […]

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Sep
22

Zhihong Chen – September 22

Weather and Climate Systems Seminar   Impact of Data Assimilation and Model Physics on the predictability of the 2012 Great Arctic Cyclone   Zhihong Chen   Wednesday, September 22nd 3:00 pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/joz-jnzu-cgr Or dial: ‪(US) +1 314-649-9181 PIN: ‪293 300 648#   As human activity thrives in the Arctic, accurate prediction […]

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Sep
15

Stephen Foskey – September 15

Weather and Climate Systems   The impact of the Madden-Julian Oscillation on extreme winter weather over the United States   Stephen Foskey Wednesday, September 15 3:00pm Google Meet This project seeks to understand how the MJO impacts extreme winter weather across the contiguous United States using both the Outgoing Longwave Radiation MJO Index (OMI) and […]

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May
12

Samuel Lillo – May 12

Weather and Climate Systems Seminar   Meso- to Synoptic-Scale Mid-Latitude Error Growth and Ramifications in Medium-Range Forecast Performance   Samuel Lillo Wednesday, May 12th 2:00pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/jdv-kpfr-gnu   While the average skill of medium-range numerical weather prediction (NWP) has steadily improved over the last three decades, there is still considerable variance in […]

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May
05

Ty Dickinson – May 5

Weather and Climate Systems Seminar   Subseasonal to Seasonal Extreme Precipitation Events in the Contiguous United States: Generation of a Database and Climatology   Ty Dickinson Wednesday, May 5th 2:00pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/jdv-kpfr-gnu   Extreme precipitation across multiple timescales is a natural hazard that creates a significant risk to life, with a commensurately […]

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Apr
28

Amanda M. Murphy – April 28

Weather and Climate Systems Seminar   Creation and Early Investigation of the GridRad-Severe Database   Amanda M. Murphy Wednesday, April 28th 2:00 pm   Join Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/jdv-kpfr-gnu The WSR-88D weather radar network in the US collects copious amounts of radar data every year, ranging from data on clear air echoes to winter storms and […]

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