Nice illustration of splitting storms and the power of GOES-16 ABI and GLM imagery together to track convective storms. 18 hour loop over central Argentina from last night. h/t @DanLindsey77 pic.twitter.com/0CxtaDPNpp
— Steve Nesbitt (@70_dbz) April 8, 2018
Hoping to teach the next generation of radar meteorologists…the book is here!! pic.twitter.com/hbz7tkCS7H
— Steve Nesbitt (@70_dbz) April 6, 2018
The RELAMPAGO scientific steering group met at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, CO this week to continue planning for field operations during the campaign.
— proyecto RELÁMPAGO (@RELAMPAGO2018) March 26, 2018
— Steve Nesbitt (@70_dbz) March 28, 2018
DAS Grad Student Geoff Marion created this high resolution simulation of cold pools emanating from the 23 May 2011 case in MC3E in north-Central Oklahoma. Using python, Steve Nesbitt produced this animation. The structure of the cold pool is amazing – hoping to have observations of these structures in RELAMPAGO!
Cold pools are coooooool https://t.co/FPEPhdison
— Steve Nesbitt (@70_dbz) March 16, 2018
The US Embassy is visiting Córdoba to help with RELAMPAGO-CACTI planning.
El @ministroflopez y @CastelloEdgar mantuvieron reunión de coordinación logística y técnica con el Consejero de Medioambiente, Ciencia y Tecnología de la embajada de los Estados Unidos, Michael García, por el proyecto @RELAMPAGO2018 pic.twitter.com/9eJZ6W727S
— Ministerio de Agua, Ambiente y Servicios Públicos (@MinAAySP) March 14, 2018
Grad student Randy Chase made this cool animation of the Chicago snowstorm from the KLOT WSR-88D using py-ART!
Prolonged synoptic snowfall makes for a perfect opportunity to use a quasi-vertical profile (QVP). This is a from 9 Feb 2018 using the KLOT radar, HRRR hourly analysis, @Py_ART , @unidata and some parallel computing to speed things up #snow #python pic.twitter.com/tEwAG29YLP
— Randy Chase (@DopplerChase) February 11, 2018