New severe thunderstorm radar identification techniques and warning criteria
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New severe thunderstorm radar identification techniques and warning criteria a preliminary report by Leslie R. Lemon

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Weather Service, Available from National Technical Information Service in [Silver Spring, Md.?], Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Radar meteorology.,
  • Thunderstorm forecasting.

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Edition Notes

StatementLeslie R. Lemon.
SeriesNOAA technical memorandum NWS NSSFC -- 1.
ContributionsNational Severe Storms Forecast Center (U.S.). Techniques Development Unit.
The Physical Object
Pagination60 p. :
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17653019M

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Get this from a library! Severe thunderstorm radar identification techniques and warning criteria. [Leslie R Lemon; National Severe Storms Forecast Center (U.S.). Techniques Development Unit.]. On the need for volumetric radar data when issuing severe thunderstorm and tornado by David A. Imy, Kevin J. Pence, Charles A. Doswell Iii - Doswell III, On 28 February , a violent tornado (F4) struck Jones COl/nty in southeast Mississippi. The Lemon technique is a method used by meteorologists using weather radar to determine the relative strength of thunderstorm cells in a vertically sheared environment. It is named for Leslie R. Lemon, the co-creator of the current conceptual model of a supercell. The Lemon technique is largely a continuation of work by Keith A. Browning, who first identified and named the supercell. Leslie R. Lemon (born Janu ) is an American meteorologist bridging research and forecasting with expertise in weather radar, particular regarding severe convective is, along with Charles A. Doswell III, a seminal contributor to the modern conception of the supercell which was first identified by Keith Browning, and he developed the Lemon technique to estimate updraft Alma mater: University of Oklahoma.

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