Observations of the 10 May 2010 Tornado Outbreak Using OU-PRIME: Potential for New Science with High-Resolution Polarimetric Radar

@article{Palmer2011ObservationsOT,
  title={Observations of the 10 May 2010 Tornado Outbreak Using OU-PRIME: Potential for New Science with High-Resolution Polarimetric Radar},
  author={R. Palmer and D. Bodine and M. Kumjian and B. Cheong and G. Zhang and Q. Cao and H. Bluestein and A. Ryzhkov and Tian-You Yu and Y. Wang},
  journal={Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={92},
  pages={871-891}
}
  • R. Palmer, D. Bodine, +7 authors Y. Wang
  • Published 2011
  • Geography
  • Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
  • A tornado outbreak occurred in central Oklahoma on 10 May 2010, including two tornadoes with enhanced Fujita scale ratings of 4 (EF-4). Tragically, three deaths were reported along with significant property damage. Several strong and violent tornadoes occurred near Norman, Oklahoma, which is a major hub for severe storms research and is arguably one of the best observed regions of the country with multiple Doppler radars operated by both the federal government and the University of Oklahoma (OU… CONTINUE READING
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