Multiresolution Ensemble Forecasts of an Observed Tornadic Thunderstorm System . Part II : Storm-Scale Experiments

@inproceedings{Kong2007MultiresolutionEF,
  title={Multiresolution Ensemble Forecasts of an Observed Tornadic Thunderstorm System . Part II : Storm-Scale Experiments},
  author={Fanyou Kong and Kelvin Droegemeier and NICKI L. HICKMON},
  year={2007}
}
In Part I, the authors used a full physics, nonhydrostatic numerical model with horizontal grid spacing of 24 km and nested grids of 6and 3-km spacing to generate the ensemble forecasts of an observed tornadic thunderstorm complex. The principal goal was to quantify the value added by fine grid spacing, as well as the assimilation of Doppler radar data, in both probabilistic and deterministic frameworks. The present paper focuses exclusively on 3-km horizontal grid spacing ensembles and the… CONTINUE READING
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