Central Region Applied Research Papers

Volume 23 (August 2000)

 

Applied Research Paper 23-01

THE HALLOWEEN FLOOD OF 1998 by Eric P. Schminke and Peter L. Wolf, NWS Office Wichita, Kansas

Applied Research Paper 23-02

A SNOW COVER CLIMATOLOGY FOR FORT WAYNE, INDIANA (1920-21 THROUGH 1998-99) by Brian F. O'Hara and Lance W. Pyle, NWS Forecast Office North Webster, Indiana

Applied Research Paper 23-03

ON THE USE OF REAL-TIME OBSERVATIONS TO CONFIRM ETA MODEL PREDICTED TRENDS IN THE TEMPERATURE STRUCTURE OF THE LOWER ATMOSPHERE TO FORECAST A SOUTHWESTERN KANSAS FREEZING DRIZZLE EVENT by Ryan C. McCammon, NWS Office Dodge City, Kansas

Applied Research Paper 23-04

TEMPERATURE VERIFICATION: DEVELOPING AND APPLYING A FORECAST DIFFICULTY INDEXby Michael A. Skipper, NWS Office Goodland, Kansas

Applied Research Paper 23-05

COLD POOL/SHEAR CONSTRAINTS WITHIN A SEVERE BOW ECHO by Todd E. Holsten, NWS Forecast Office, North Webster, Indiana

 


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