Oral programme Session 2

Session 2

Numerical modelling of storms, storm-scale data assimilation
Session details
Oral programme
 / Mon, 18 Sep, 09:30–13:00 / Room Ulika
Poster programme
 / Attendance Tue, 19 Sep, 14:30–16:00 / Conference Lobby
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Monday, 18 Sep 2017
Room Ulika
Chairperson: Lisa Schielicke (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)
09:30–09:45
ECSS2017-1 | Presentation
The Behavior and Characteristics of Squall Lines within Coastal Environments
Kelly Lombardo and Tristan Kading
09:45–10:00
ECSS2017-60
High-resolution ensemble data assimilation of a medicane event: challenges and beneffits
Victor Homar Santaner, Diego Carrió Carrió, and David Stensrud
10:00–10:15
ECSS2017-94 | Presentation
Supercell predictability studies in support of NOAA Warn-on-Forecast
Corey Potvin, Montgomery Flora, Elisa Murillo, and Louis Wicker
10:15–10:30
ECSS2017-113
Ensemble-based storm-scale analysis and prediction of severe convection: Assimilation of radar reflectivity
Alberto de Lozar, Ulrich Blahak, and Axel Seifert
10:30–10:45
ECSS2017-146
Correcting Storm Displacement Errors in Ensembles Using Feature Calibration and Alignment (FCA)
Derek Stratman, Corey Potvin, and Louis Wicker
Coffee break
Chairperson: Lisa Schielicke (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)
11:30–11:45
ECSS2017-40
Simulations of devastating tornadoes embedded within supercell thunderstorms
Leigh Orf
11:45–12:00
ECSS2017-181 | Presentation
Towards real-time high-resolution precipitation forecasts for the city of Rotterdam
Robert Banks, Sukanta Basu, Marc Schleiss, and Herman Russchenberg
12:00–12:15
ECSS2017-157
The potential impact of unmanned aircraft systems on storm-scale numerical weather prediction of supercells: Results from ensemble sensitivity analysis and observing system simulation experiments
Adam Houston, George Limpert, and Jason Keeler
12:15–12:30
ECSS2017-133
Ensemble-based storm-scale analysis and prediction of severe convection: Single- vs double-moment microphysics
Axel Seifert, Alberto de Lozar, and Ulrich Blahak
12:30–12:45
ECSS2017-192
A Numerical Investigation of the Potential Effects of Aerosol-Induced Warming Aloft and Updraft Width and Slope on Updraft Intensity in Deep Convective Clouds
Zachary Lebo
12:45–13:00
ECSS2017-135
Forecasting both mature stage and initiation of a line-shaped mesoscale convective system by assimilation of XRAIN data
Kosei Yamaguchi, Eiichi Nakakita, Kohei Furuta, and Yosuke Horiike