Sub-regional snow cover distribution across the southern Appalachian Mountains

@inproceedings{Sugga2017SubregionalSC,
  title={Sub-regional snow cover distribution across the southern Appalachian Mountains},
  author={Johnathan W. Sugga and Christopher M. Fuhrmannb and L. Baker Perryc and Dorothy K. Halld and Charles E. KonradIIa},
  year={2017}
}
  • Johnathan W. Sugga, Christopher M. Fuhrmannb, +2 authors Charles E. KonradIIa
  • Published 2017
The diagnosis of snowfall characteristics, including the spatial pattern of snow cover, presents a major challenge for weather forecasters (Barry, 2008; Doesken & Judson, 1997). This is particularly the case in mountain regions, where orographic effects and meteorological processes in the lower troposphere result in much fine-scale spatial variability in the resulting snow cover (Keighton et al., 2009; Minder, Durran, & Roe, 2011; Pavelsky, Sobolowski, Kapnick, & Barnes, 2012). The ability to… CONTINUE READING

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