Central Region Applied Research Papers

 

Applied Research Paper 22-01

APPLYING IMPROVED METEOROLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY FOR THE DETECTION OF WAKE LOWS by Allen M. Voelker NWS Office Eastern North Dakota/Grand Forks, North Dakota

Applied Research Paper 22-02

MESOSCALE VORTICITY CENTER AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE GENERATION OF STRONG TO SEVERE CONVECTION: A CASE STUDY by David A. Schmidt, National Weather Service Office Springfield, Missouri

Applied Research Paper 22-03

A TORNADIC SUPERCELL IN SOUTH CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA ON 24 JUNE 1998 by Todd Wayne Hamilton and John Paul Martin, National Weather Service Forecast Office Bismarck, North Dakota

Applied Research Paper 22-04

A COMPARISON OF THE WSR-88D BUILD 9 TVS ALGORITHM AND THE BUILD 10 TDA OVER THE WFO NORTHERN INDIANA COUNTY WARNING AREA DURING THE 1998 CONVECTIVE SEASON by Todd E. Holsten, Kevin M. Barjenbruch, Julie L. Adolphson, National Weather Service Office North Webster, Indiana

Applied Research Paper 22-05

POTENTIAL SEVERE WEATHER EVENT THAT TURNED INTO HEAVY RAINFALL by Vic Jensen, National Weather Service Forcast Office Bismarck, North Dakota

Applied Research Paper 22-06

THE USE OF AREAL PRECIPITATION ESTIMATES TO SUPPLEMENT LOCAL PRECIPITATION VERIFICATION ACTIVITIES by Kevin P. Lynott and Scott A. Mentzer, National Weather Service Office Goodland, Kansas

Applied Research Paper 22-07

A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW FORECASTING PARAMETERS OVER SOUTHWEST LOWER MICHIGAN by Gary Garnet, National Weather Service Office Grand Rapids, Michigan

 


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