Central Region Applied Research Papers

 

  • Applied Research Paper 17-01

    Evidence for a Secondary Tornado Season in the Goodland, Kansas, County Warning Area by John Kwiatkowski, National Weather Service Office, Goodland, Kansas

  • Applied Research Paper 17-02

    Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS) Performance during a Severe Weather Event: A Case Study by Makoto E. Moore, National Weather Service Office, Lexington, Kentucky

  • Applied Research Paper 17-03

    The Relationship of VIL to Large Hail Occurrence in Indiana in 1994 by
    Shawn B. Harley, National Weather Service Forecast Office, Indianapolis, Indiana

  • Applied Research Paper 17-04

    Fog Development at Heilig Field, Scottsbluff, Nebraska by Christopher S. Horne, National Weather Service Office, Paducah, Kentucky

  • Applied Research Paper 17-05

    An Analysis of ASOS Climatological Output at WSO Lansing, Michigan by
    David L. Sheets, National Weather Service Office, Lansing, Michigan

  • Applied Research Paper 17-06

    The Formation of Relative Humidity Discontinuity Zones Due to Soil Type Over Central Wisconsin by Thomas D. Helman, National Weather Service, Sullivan, Wisconsin

  • Applied Research Paper 17-07

    A Downslope Fog Event Across Northwest Kansas During the Warm Season by Eric J. Martello, Nexrad Weather Service Office, Goodland, Kansas

  • Applied Research Paper 17-08

    A Climatology of Severe Weather in the WFO Quad Cities, Iowa-Illinois, Modernized County Warning Area by Jeffrey A. Zogg, National Weather Service Office, Davenport (Quad Cities), Iowa

  • Applied Research Paper 17-09

    VIL vs VIL Density: A Preliminary Study for Large Hail in the NWSO Goodland, Kansas County Warning Area by Robin J. Turner, National Weather Service Office, Goodland, Kansas

  • Applied Research Paper 17-10

    A Comparison Study of MOS Temperature Bias - FWC Versus Fan by Tony M. Ansuini, National Weather Service Forecast Office, Indianapolis, Indiana

  • Applied Research Paper 17-11

    A Study on the Relationship between Synoptic-Scale Model Forecasts of Vertical Motion and Snow Amounts Across Southwest Lower Michigan in Lake Effect Snow Environments by Michael Evans, National Weather Service Forecast Office, White Lake, Michigan

  • Applied Research Paper 17-12

    Canadian Frontal Surges and Their Effects on Wyoming by Michael Weiland, National Weather Service Forecast Office, Cheyenne, Wyoming

  • Applied Research Paper 17-13

    Comparison of ASOS and Manual Observatios at Rochester, Minnesota by Anthony T. Teal, National Weather Service, Rochester, Minnesota

  • Applied Research Paper 17-14

    The Northeast Nebraska Flash Flood of August 21-22, 1995 by Kyle Weisser, National Weather Forecast Office, Topeka, Kansas

 


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