Poster 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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Attendance Time: Tuesday, 19 Sep, 14:30–16:00
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P1
ECSS2017-28
Aircraft Moisture Observations: Their importance in Nowcasting and NWP
Ralph Petersen, Brett Hoover, Anne-Sophie Daloz, Lee Cronce, Tim Wagner, Skylar Williams, Richard Mamrosh, Randy Baker, Patricia Pauley, and Nancy Baker

P2
ECSS2017-53
Forecasting a wet microburst with high-resolution numerical models
Francesco Pasi, Valerio Capecchi, Gianni Messeri, Samanta Melani, Andrea Antonini, and Bernardo Gozzini

P3
ECSS2017-56
Convection-permitting ensemble forecast system design
Glen Romine, Ryan Sobash, Craig Schwartz, and Kate Fossell

P4
ECSS2017-91
Supercell Predictability: Exploring Ensemble Sensitivity to Initial Condition Spread
Montgomery Flora, Corey Potvin, Louis Wicker, Patrick Skinner, Dustan Wheatley, and Kent Knopfmeier

P5
ECSS2017-96
A WRF-DART Study of the Nontornadic and Tornadic Supercells Intercepted by VORTEX2 on 10 June 2010
Alicia Klees, Yvette Richardson, and Glen Romine

P6
ECSS2017-117
Assimilation of dual-polarization radar observations into convective scale models
Clotilde Augros, Olivier Caumont, Véronique Ducrocq, and Nicolas Gaussiat

P7
ECSS2017-130
Analysis of nocturnal convection initiation using convective-scale data assimilation of mobile radar and thermodynamic observations collected during PECAN
James Marquis, Joshua Wurman, Glen Romine, Tammy Weckwerth, and Jim Wilson

P8
ECSS2017-137
Assimilation of Radial Winds in an Ensemble Kalman Filter on the Convective Scale
Elisabeth Bauernschubert, Roland Potthast, Ulrich Blahak, and Klaus Stephan

P9
ECSS2017-140
Use of mesoscale models in operational severe weather forecast over large cities in Brazil – Results from the SOS-CHUVA Project
Edmilson D. Freitas, Luiz Machado, Rachel Albrecht, Enzo Todesco, Jean Peres, Andréia Bender, Isabela Siqueira, Jorge Martins, Leila Martins, Ricardo Hallak, Éder Vendrasco, Madeleine Sanchez, and Lianet Hernandez

P10 ECSS2017-141
Influences of boundary layer turbulence on near-ground rotation in simulations of quasi-linear convective systems (withdrawn)
Chris Nowotarski

P11
ECSS2017-148
The role of vertical grid spacing in the simulation of storms
Jorge A. Martins, Ana F. G. Conceição, Leila D. Martins, Marcos V. B. Moraes, Thais Fujita, Anderson P. Rudke, Marília M. Eiras, Veronika S. Brand, Sameh A. A. Rafee, Ricardo Hallak, and Edmilson D. Freitas

P12
ECSS2017-167
Behavior of Vertical-Vorticity Rivers in Simulated Supercells
Johannes Dahl, Christopher Weiss, Eric Bruning, David Dowell, and Curtis Alexander

P13
ECSS2017-187
A review of microphysics schemes within WRF model on the example of an isolated tornadic supercell in Poland on 20 June 2016
Natalia Pilguj, Łukasz Pajurek, and Piotr Szuster