Category Archives: Research

Synthetic imagery for model evaluation in the Proving Ground

Louie Grasso, Dan Lindsey, J. Braun Synthetic GOES-12 satellite imagery at 3.9 µm has been produced for a thunderstorm simulation. This event occurred on 27 June 2005 over the upper Midwest of the United States. Observations (Figure 1 – click … Continue reading

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Some Great Knowledge, Papers, and Training Materials That You May Have Missed

Jeff Braun Below are some links to, or copies of, some perhaps lesser known meteorological training materials.  Many of these have been born out of Aviation Weather programs either here in the USA through the military Air Force Weather Agency … Continue reading

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Experimental Warning Program 2008 at NSSL starts April 28, 2008

From NSSL: April 28, 2008 NSSL is hosting the six-week Experimental Warning Program (EWP) Spring Program beginning today, 28 April 2008, in the NOAA Hazardous Weather Testbed at the National Weather Center in Norman, Okla. The mission of the EWP … Continue reading

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What Could Have Been…

(Click for larger view.) As many of you know (or may not know) the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) decided to drop plans for the development of the Hyperspectral Environmental Suite (HES) (aka. the Advanced Baseline Imager/Sounder) for the “next generation” of geostationary weather satellites … Continue reading

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