Central Region Applied Research Papers

 

  • Applied Research Paper 16-01

    A Comparison of Lightning Strikes to Radar Observations of Thunderstorms on July 9-10, 1993 by David Elson, National Weather Service Forecast Office, Indianapolis, Indiana and John Margraf, National Weather Service Forecast Office, Chanhassen, Minnesota

  • Applied Research Paper 16-02

    WSR-88D Detection of June 4, 1993 Derecho Event over Southeast Missouri, Southern Illinois and Western Kentucky by Bradley S. Small, National Weather Service Forecast Office, Des Moines, Iowa

  • Applied Research Paper 16-03

    Serving the CWSU Customers: Controllers and Pilots by Richard J. Kesslert, National Weather Service, Minneapolis Air Route Traffic Control Center, Farmington, Minnesota

  • Applied Research Paper 16-04

    Observations of a Gravity Wave Packet as it Moved Across Northwest Kansas by Llyle Barker, National Weather Service Office, Goodland, Kansas

  • Applied Research Paper 16-05

    The Littlefork Tornado: A Post-Event Analysis by Dean Packingham, National Weather Service Office, Duluth, Minnesota

  • Applied Research Paper 16-06

    Performance of The Goodland WSR-88D During a Heavy Rainfall Event in Northwest Kansas by Mark Buller, National Weather Service Office, Goodland, Kansas

  • Applied Research Paper 16-07

    The Denver Mesoscale Forecast Experiment: The Case of the 21 July 1993 Northeast Colorado Tornadoes, by Ray Wolf, National Weather Service Office, Davenport, Iowa and Eric Thaler, National Weather Service Forecast Office, Denver, Colorado

  • Applied Research Paper 16-08

    A Study of FWC Guidance at Three New Sites in Wyoming by Alan W. Ross and Jeff Colton, National Weather Service Forecast Office, Cheyenne, Wyoming

  • Applied Research Paper 16-09

    A Seasonal Verification Study of the MRF-Based Objective Guidance for Omaha, Nebraska by Michael J. Fuhs and Cynthia M. Fay, National Weather Service Office, Lincoln, Nebraska

  • Applied Research Paper 16-10

    Analysis of a Heavy Snow Event Using PCGRIDDS by Dean T. Melde, National Weather Service Forecast Office, Bismarck, North Dakota

  • Applied Research Paper 16-11

    QPF and Flooding on the Meramec by Robert J. Wavrin, North Central River Forecast Center, Chanhassen, Minnesota

  • Applied Research Paper 16-12

    ERRATA

    Central Region Applied Research Papers No. 15, July 1995, Paper 15-06

    A Comparison of NEXRAD Precipitation Estimates to Real-Time Data by Jonathan P. Racy and Monique L. Kopsky

 


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