Poster 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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Attendance Time: Tuesday, 19 Sep, 14:30–16:00
Conference Lobby
P24
ECSS2017-37
Significant-hail producing thunderstorms in Finland: Synoptic environment
Jenni Rauhala, Terhi Laurila, Antti Mäkelä, and Kirsti Jylhä

P25
ECSS2017-14
Development of a new seamless prediction system for very short range convective-scale forecasting at DWD
Ulrich Blahak, Roland Potthast, Kathrin Wapler, Axel Seifert, Alberto De Lozar, Elisabeth Bauernschubert, Christian Welzbacher, Robert Osinski, Martin Rempel, Michael Hoff, Markus Junk, and Liselotte bach

P26
ECSS2017-18
Excessive precipitation over parts of Germany in June 2016: Characteristics of the general weather situation and aspects of the forecast
Marcus Beyer, Helge Tuschy, and Julia Fruntke

P27
ECSS2017-25
Tracking of radar reflectivity cores and their characteristics - utilization in operational application
Hana Kyznarova and Petr Novak

P28
ECSS2017-39
A case study of a EF1 tornado in eastern Bohemia (Czech Republic) in 2016
Radek Tomšů

P29
ECSS2017-43
Fog nowcasting system for Irkutsk airport
Tatiana Bazlova, Nikolai Bocharnikov, and Alexander Solonin

P30
ECSS2017-49
The use of prognostic spatial information at the evaluation of the QPF for heavy convective rainfalls
Petr Zacharov, Daniela Řezáčová, and Radmila Brožková

P31
ECSS2017-50
Stability indices and wind shear for forecasting severe storm type over Bulgaria
Boryana Markova, Tsvetelina Dimitrova, Nadezhda Kadiyska, and Rumjana Mitzeva

P32
ECSS2017-51
SOS-CHUVA - A Nowcasting Project
Luiz Machado, Edmilson Freitas, Eder Vendrasco, Kleber Nacaratto, Rachel Albrecht, Daniel Vila, Ana Avila, Felipe Pilau, Madeleine Sanchez, Luiz Guarino, and Jean-François Ribaud

Attendance Time: Thursday, 21 Sep, 14:30–16:00
Conference Lobby
P9
ECSS2017-59
New adjustments to the 3D convective cells identification applied to severe weather study cases.
Anna del Moral, Tomeu Rigo, and Maria Carmen Llasat

P10
ECSS2017-64
Storm-Scale Ensemble Forecasts for the NOAA HWT Spring Forecasting Experiment and HMT FFaIR Experiment
Fanyou Kong, Ming Xue, Youngsun Jung, Keith Brewster, and Nathan Snook

P11
ECSS2017-79
Convection Nowcast for Air Traffic Management Verification
Vinko Šoljan and Jadran Jurković

P13
ECSS2017-100
Evaluation of 3 operational severe convective indexes on historical storms that have hit France.
Marie Boisserie, Fabienne Dupont, and Karine maynard

P14 ECSS2017-110
Detection, tracking, and nowcasting of convective storms using KONRAD3D (withdrawn)
Manuel Werner

P15
ECSS2017-128
The use of a Semi-automated Severe Convection Checklist at MeteoSwiss Forecast Offices
Lionel Peyraud, Lionel Moret, and Didier Ulrich

P16
ECSS2017-136
Thunderstorm nowcasting by applying machine learning to a multi-sensor observation and NWP model data base
Lea Beusch, Lorenzo Clementi, Ulrich Hamann, Alessandro M. Hering, Elena Leonarduzzi, Daniele Nerini, Luca Nisi, Marco Sassi, and Urs Germann

P17 ECSS2017-149
Polar Lows forecasting (withdrawn)
Justyna Wodziczko

P18
ECSS2017-151
Coastal flooding in Rovinj: the case of February 10th 2016.
Lidija Fustar, Kata Botica, and Tomislava Ljubas

P19
ECSS2017-171
Use of new radar products for nowcasting of severe storms
Tim Böhme, Christian Herold, and Sebastian Schappert

P20
ECSS2017-174
Development of operational waterspout forecast product for Adriatic Sea using ALADIN NWP model.
Igor Horvat, Tanja Renko, Antonio Stanešić, and Wade Szilagyi

P21
ECSS2017-176
Supercell structures developed over Serbia associated to severe weather events in western Romania – a conceptual approach
Octavian Paul Bugeac, Sabina Stefan, and Goran Mihajlovic

P22
ECSS2017-196
Medium-range forecasting of convective hazards using ESSL’s Additive Regression Convective Hazard Model (ARCHaMo)
Lars Tijssen, Pieter Groenemeijer, and Anja Rädler