Presentations given at the
 2003 Winter Weather Workshop at WFO St. Louis

The following ppt presentations were given at the 2003 Winter Weather Workshop held at WFO St. Louis on November 17th, 2003:

Composite Analyses of Midwest Convective Snow Events:  Angela Oravetz, Patrick
Market, David Gaede, Evan Bookbinder and Anthony Lupo - University of Missouri -Columbia and
WFO Springfield MO.

Thundersnow Proximity Soundings:  Patrick Market - Atmospheric Science Program - 
University of Missouri - Columbia.

Application of MIPS to Severe Winter Storms: Marcia R. Estrem, Kevin R. Knupp, Robert M.
Rauber, Brian F. Jewett - University of Illinois Champaign IL.

An Objective Criteria for Ranking Extreme Cold Waves and their Relationship with the Polar Vortex: Mike Cellitti and Robert M. Rauber - University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign.

The Effects of Stability on Frontogenetical Circulations: James T. Moore  CIPS - Dept. of
Earth and Atmospheric Science Saint Louis University.

A Conceptual Model for Heavy Banded SnowJames T. Moore  CIPS - Dept of Earth and
Atmospheric Science - Saint Louis University.

Speakers at the workshop included: Dr. Patrick Market from the University of Missouri - Columbia,
Dr. James T. Moore from the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Science at Saint Louis
University and Marcia Estrem and Mike Cellitti from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.

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