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444slides.44.040307 - VARIATION Northwest flow 3. High...

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Outbreak patterns: Miller type” (many key features overlain) scanned from Doswell (2001)
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Jon Davies Unfortunately, in many situations, outbreaks are not so “synoptically evident”
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Tornado outbreak pattern recognition 1. Triple point/warm front/stationary front 2. Dryline 3. High Plains upslope 4. Cold front/warm sector 5. Cold core aloft (mini-supercells) 6. Land-falling tropical cyclones
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1. Triple point/warm front/stationary front L
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2. Dryline
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Dryline and/or Triple point/warm front/stationary front
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Unformatted text preview: VARIATION Northwest flow 3. High Plains upslope 3. High Plains upslope June 7 2001, 20 UTC Cold front/warm sector Often, the Miller-type outbreaks (e.g. “Super Outbreak”) Cold front/warm sector a. Northeastern US variation Cold front/warm sector b. Southeastern US variation 5. Cold core aloft (mini-supercells) Jon Davies Jon Davies 6. Land-falling tropical cyclones WILMA 0730 UTC...
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This note was uploaded on 08/01/2008 for the course MEA 444 taught by Professor Parker during the Spring '07 term at N.C. State.

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