Oral programme Session 6

Session 6

Forecasting and nowcasting of severe weather
Session details
Oral programme
 / Wed, 20 Sep, 09:00–13:00 / Room Ulika
Poster programme
 / Attendance Tue, 19 Sep, 14:30–16:00 / Conference Lobby
 / Attendance Thu, 21 Sep, 14:30–16:00 / Conference Lobby
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Wednesday, 20 Sep 2017
Room Ulika
Chairperson: Tomáš Púčik (European Severe Storms Laboratory)
09:00–09:30
ECSS2017-105
What have we learned about high-shear low-CAPE severe weather? A review. (keynote presentation)
Matthew Parker
09:30–09:45
ECSS2017-2
Forecasting and Nowcasting Severe Weather Using the Operational Warning Decision Support System AutoWARN at DWD
Bernhard Reichert
09:45–10:00
ECSS2017-5
Performance of waterspout forecasting method using high resolution numerical weather model
Sarah Ivusic, Tanja Renko, Maja Telisman Prtenjak, Igor Horvat, Vinko Soljan, and Wade Szilagyi
10:00–10:15
ECSS2017-7
Numerical simulations of a tornadic supercell in the Mediterranean
Mario Marcello Miglietta, Jordi Mazon, and Richard Rotunno
10:15–10:30
ECSS2017-23
Evaluation of ECMWF products for forecasting severe convection
Ivan Tsonevsky, Charles A. Doswell III, Harold Brooks, Fatima Pillosu, and Tim Hewson
10:30–10:45
ECSS2017-44
Utilization of a 3D High-Precision Network (LINET) for Optimized Nowcasting of Hail
Matthias Moehrlein, Silvia Riso, and Hans-Dieter Betz
Coffee break
Chairperson: Tomáš Púčik (European Severe Storms Laboratory)
11:30–11:45
ECSS2017-55
Remote sensing: data combination as a key for storm nowcasting
Michaela Valachova, Hana Kyznarova, Petr Novak, and Martin Setvak
11:45–12:00
ECSS2017-81
Analysis of May 13th 2015 tornado event at Gerbépal (France) using radar, lightning and NWP model data
Tony Le Bastard, Michael Kreitz, Sébastien Baille, and Daniel Prévot
12:00–12:15
ECSS2017-118
The use of self-organizing maps to characterize the tornadic near-storm environment
Alexandra Anderson-Frey, Yvette Richardson, Andrew Dean, Richard Thompson, and Bryan Smith
12:15–12:30
ECSS2017-119
Object-based operational nowcasting of severe thunderstorms in the Alpine area
Alessandro Hering, Luca Nisi, Ulrich Hamann, Nikola Besic, Simona Trefalt, and Urs Germann
12:30–12:45
ECSS2017-191
Forecasts of convective storms using 3-km and 1-km horizontal grid spacing: When is higher resolution needed?
Ryan Sobash, Craig Schwartz, Glen Romine, and Morris Weisman
12:45–13:00
ECSS2017-13
A multi-data process study of a severe hail storm in complex topography
Simona Trefalt, Andrey Martynov, Urs Germann, and Olivia Martius