NOAA TECHNICAL SERVICE PUBLICATIONS NWS CENTRAL REGION

   
TSP-19 Indiana Tornado Climatology 1950-2010
  Evan Bentley, National Weather Service Northern Indiana, Webster, Indiana
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TSP-18 A Cloud Cover Climatology for Three Midwestern Cities and a Limited Comparison to Their NDFD Forecasts
  Linda Engebretson, National Weather Service Quad Cities, Davenport, Iowa
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TSP-17 HEAT INDEX CLIMATOLOGY FOR THE NORTH-CENTRAL UNITED STATES
  Todd Rieck, National Weather Service La Crosse, Wisconsin
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TSP-16 A Winter Weather Climatology for Northern and Central Indiana
  Brian F. O’Hara, National Weather Service Reno, Nevada
Julie L. Adolphson, National Weather Service Pleasant Hill/Kansas City, Missouri
Sally Pavlow, National Weather Service Indianapolis, Indiana
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TSP-15 Wind Chill Climatology for the North-Central United States
  Todd Rieck and Seth Binau, National Weather Service La Crosse, Wisconsin
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TSP-14 Dewpoint Temperature Climatology for the Wichita, Kansas Forecast Area
  Mary-Beth Schreck, National Weather Service Wichita, Kansas
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TSP-13 Temperature Differences Between the Valley and Ridge Top in the La Crosse, Wisconsin Area
  Jeffrey S. Boyne, National Weather Service La Crosse, Wisconsin
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TSP-12 Climate of Riverton, Wyoming
  Paul Skrbac, National Weather Service Office Riverton, Wyoming
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TSP-11 This Day in Weather History
for southeast Minnesota, northeast Iowa and western Wisconsin
  Todd Rieck and Jeff Boyne, National Weather Service Office La Crosse, Wisconsin
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TSP-10 A COMPREHENSIVE SEVERE WEATHER FORECAST CHECKLIST AND REFERENCE GUIDE
  John D. Gordon* and Drew Albert, National Weather Service Office Springfield, Missouri
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* Current Affiliation: National Weather Service Office Old Hickory, Tennessee
TSP-09 SIGNIFICANT AND SEVERE WEATHER CLIMATOLOGY FOR THE NORTHERN INDIANA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE (NWSO) COUNTY WARNING AREA
  Brian F. O'Hara, Julie L. Adolphson, Tom Reaugh, and Ed Holicky, National Weather Service Office North Webster, Indiana
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TSP-08 NORTH CENTRAL GREAT PLAINS DERECHO PRODUCING MESOSCALE CONVECTIVE SYSTEMS (DMCSs): A FORECASTING PRIMER
  Mace L. Bentley, Climatology Research Lab, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia; Thomas L. Mote, School of Aerospace Sciences, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota; and Stephen F. Byrd, National Weather Service Forecast Office Omaha/Valley, Nebraska
TSP-06 METWARN: COOPERATIVE FLOOD WARNING SYSTEM
  Treste' Huse, National Weather Service Forecast Office Rapid City, South Dakota; Ralph Teller, USGS District Office Rapid City, South Dakota; and Park Owens, Rapid City-Pennington County Emergency Management Rapid City, South Dakota
TSP-05 HOW NORTHEAST INDIANA AND NORTHWEST OHIO RESIDENTS INTERPRET METEOROLOGICAL TERMINOLOGY AND SERVICES THROUGH NOAA WEATHER RADIO
  Jonathan Racy*, National Weather Service Office LaCrosse, Wisconsin
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* Current Affiliation: Storm Prediction Center, Norman, Oklahoma
TSP-04 LA CROSSE, WISCONSIN CLIMATE
  Todd Rieck, National Weather Service Office LaCrosse, Wisconsin
TSP-03 WSFO CHEYENNE NOW/ZFP FORMAT TEST JULY 29, 1997- JANUARY 31, 1998
  Joseph B. Sullivan, National Weather Service Forecast Office Cheyenne, Wyoming
TSP-02 TOWARD A CLIMATOLOGY OF DENSE FOG AT CHICAGO'S O'HARE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
 
Mark Ratzer, National Weather Service Office Chicago/Romeoville, Illinois
TSP-01 COMMUNITY WEATHER INVOLVEMENT PROGRAM (CWIP): A LINK BETWEEN THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND THE COMMUNITY
  Dan Riddle, Dave Schmidt, Drew Albert, John Gordon, and Bill Davis National Weather Service Office Springfield, Missouri

 


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