Category Archives: Fog

Synthetic Imagery from the NAM Alaska Nest 4 km

By Jorel Torres, Dan Bikos and Lewis Grasso A majority of National Weather Service (NWS) training is focused on satellite products for the CONtinental United States (CONUS). However, how can satellite products help NWS forecasters with satellite interpretation in Off … Continue reading

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December 3, 2012 Fog event in South Carolina

During the VISIT Satellite Chat on the morning of December 12, forecasters at the WFO in Columbia, SC alerted us to a fog event that took place in their CWA during the early morning hours of December 3, 2012.  During … Continue reading

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Synthetic Low Cloud / Fog Product for October 10, 2012

Dan Bikos This blog entry will examine the synthetic low cloud / fog product produced by the 4-km NSSL WRF-ARW model.  For detailed information on this product, see: http://rammb.cira.colostate.edu/training/visit/training_sessions/synthetic_imagery_in_forecasting_low_clouds_and_fog/ Let’s examine this product on the Washington and Oregon coastline from … Continue reading

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