Simulations of Right- and Left-Moving Storms Produced Through Storm Splitting

@inproceedings{Klemp1978SimulationsOR,
  title={Simulations of Right- and Left-Moving Storms Produced Through Storm Splitting},
  author={Joseph B. Klemp and Robert B. Wilhelmson},
  year={1978}
}
Abstract Using a three-dimensional numerical cloud model, self-sustaining right- and left-moving storms are simulated which arise through splitting of the original storm. The right-moving storm develops a structure which bears strong resemblance to Browning's (1964) conceptual model, while the left-moving storm has mirror image characteristics. By altering the direction of the environmental shear at low and middle levels, either the right- or the left-moving storm can be selectively enhanced… CONTINUE READING

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