Published by the National Weather Association, the Journal of Operational Meteorology (JOM) covers topics relevant to all aspects of operational meteorology on a range of time and space scales. Suitable topics include new or improved forecasting and warning techniques, verification studies, applications of observations and models to improve forecasts and warnings, and case studies of major weather events. Climatological studies, interdisciplinary studies, and studies documenting education and training practices also will be considered if relevant to operational meteorology. In addition, the Editors welcome submissions that present strategies for the creation and dissemination of forecasts and warnings that maximize the protection of life and property. JOM is a peer-reviewed, all-electronic journal with an international scope, providing authors with the benefits of economical publication costs and rapid publication following acceptance.
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- At high latitudes in winter, the atmosphere at flight levels used by passenger and cargo aircraft can reach temperatures cold enough to restrict the flow of jet fuel from the fuel tanks to the engine, due either to water freezing in the fuel or the fuel itself freezing. Currently, aviation forecasters rely on a combination of aircraft reports, pilot reports, Continue Reading...
JOM: Techniques and Thresholds of Significance for Using WSR-88D Velocity Data to Anticipate Significant TornadoesSignificant tornadoes (EF2+) make up a very small percentage of the total United States tornado events, but produce the overwhelming majority of tornado fatalities. Identifying significant tornado events in a shortfused warning environment has been a particular focus of the United States National Weather Service’s severe weather program in recent years, with the goal of reducing the loss of life Continue Reading...
JOM: Early Operational Successes of the University of Louisiana Monroe’s Polarimetric S-band Doppler RadarIn October 2016, the University of Louisiana Monroe (ULM) began operating a polarimetric S-band Doppler weather radar to help close the low-level radar coverage gap across northern Louisiana by increasing the quantity of data sampled below 3.0 km AGL. Data are delivered in near-real time to local National Weather Service (NWS) Weather Forecast Offices to help meteorologists accomplish their mission Continue Reading...
- The launch of the Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) aboard Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R/S (GOES-16/17), provides new opportunities to support lightning safety, such as the 30-min hazard (“stoplight”) safety product developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Short-term Prediction Research and Transition Center. This product plots the spatial extent where lightning occurred over the past 30 min and color codes Continue Reading...
Weaver, G. M., N. Smith, E. B. Berndt, K. D. White, J. F. Dostalek, and B. T. Zadovsky, 2019: Addressing the Cold Air Aloft Aviation Challenge with Satellite Sounding Observations. J. Operational Meteor., 7 (10), 138-152,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2019.0710 8/6/19
Gibbs, J. G., and B. R. Bowers, 2019: Techniques and Thresholds of Significance for using WSR-88D Velocity Data to Anticipate
Significant Tornadoes. J. Operational Meteor., 7 (9), 117-137,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2019.0709 7/10/19
Murphy, T. A., C. Palmer, C. Entremont, and J. D. Lamb, 2019: Early Operational Successes of the University of Louisiana
Monroe’s Polarimetric S-band Doppler Radar. J. Operational Meteor., 7 (8), 105-116,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2019.0708 7/9/19
Stano, G. T., M. R. Smith, and C. J. Schultz, 2019: Development and Evaluation of the GLM Stoplight Product for Lightning Safety.
J. Operational Meteor., 7 (7), 92-104,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2019.0707 7/3/19
Garner, J., W. Iwasko, M. Kidwell, K. Rogacheski, R. Aylward, and J. Anderson, 2019: Cool Season Small Hail Over the West Coast of the United States: Environments, Hazards, and Decision Support.
J. Operational Meteor., 7 (6), 78-91,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2019.0706 6/19/19
Raghavendra, A., and S. M. Milrad, 2019: A New Metric to Diagnose Precipitation Distribution in Transitioning Tropical Cyclones.
J. Operational Meteor., 7 (5), 61-77,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2019.0705 6/18/19
Hodanish, S. J., B. J. Vogt, and P. Wolyn, 2019: Colorado Lightning Climatology. J. Operational Meteor., 7 (4), 45-60,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2019.0704 6/12/19
Lawson, M. T., K. K. Fuell, 2019: Gulf of Alaska cyclone in daytime microphysics RGB imagery. J. Operational Meteor., 7 (3), 40-45,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2019.0703 5/15/19
Megnia, R. W., T. W. Humphrey, and J. A. Rackley, 2019: The Historic 2 April 2017 Louisiana Tornado Outbreak. J. Operational Meteor., 7 (2), 27-39
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2019.0702 4/16/19
McNeal, P. M., H. L. Petcovic, N. D. LaDue, and T. D. Ellis, 2019: Identifying Significant Cognitive Factors for Practicing and Learning Meteorology. J. Operational Meteor., 7 (1), 1-26
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2019.0701 3/21/19
Ernst, S., D. LaDue, and A. Gerard, 2018: Understanding Emergency Manager Forecast Use in Severe Weather Events. J. Operational Meteor., 6 (9), 95-105
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2018.0609 12/20/2018
Cordeira J. M., M. M. Neureuter, and L. D. Kelleher, 2018: Atmospheric Rivers and National Weather Service Watches, Warnings, and Advisories Issued Over California 2007-2016. J. Operational Meteor., 6 (8), 87-94
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2018.0608 12/14/2018
Benoit, M. D., C. J. Nowotarski, D. T. Conlee, and L. Wood, 2018: Impacts of a University-led, On-demand Sounding Program on Human and Numerical Weather Prediction Model Forecasts in an Upper-air Observation Hole. J. Operational Meteor., 6 (7), 74-86
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2018.0607 9/19/2018
Gitro, C. M. and Coauthors, 2017: Using the Multisensor Advected Layered Precipitable Water Product in the Operational Forecast Environment. J. Operational Meteor., 6 (6), 59-73
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2018.0606 6/15/2018
Lindner, B. L., P. J. Mohlin, A. C. Caulder, and A. Neuhauser, 2017: Development and Testing of a Decision Tree for the Forecasting of Sea Fog Along the Georgia and South Carolina Coast. J. Operational Meteor., 6 (5), 47-58
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2018.0605 6/12/2018
Schmit, T. J., S. S. Lindstrom, J. J. Gerth, and M. M. Gunshor, 2017: Applications of the 16 Spectral Bands on the Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI). J. Operational Meteor., 6 (4), 33-46
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2018.0604 6/8/2018
Bolton, M. J., L. K. Ault, D. M. Greenberg, and S. Baron-Cohen, 2017: Exploring the Human Side of Meteorology: a Brief Report on the Psychology of Meteorologists. J. Operational Meteor., 6 (3), 23-32
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2018.0603 5/15/2018
Lincoln, W. S., R. F. L. Thomason, 2017: A Preliminary Look at Using Rainfall Average Recurrence Interval to Characterize Flash Flood Events for Realtime Warning Forecasting. J. Operational Meteor., 6 (2), 13-22
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2018.0602 5/10/2018
Hampshire, N. L., R. M. Mosier, T.M. Ryan, and D.E. Cavanaugh, 2017: Relationship of Low-Level Instability and Tornado Damage Rating Based on Observed Soundings. J. Operational Meteor., 6 (1), 1-12
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2018.0601 2/7/2018
Vagasky, C., 2017: Enveloped Eyewall Lightning: The EEL Signature in Tropical Cyclones. J. Operational Meteor., 5 (14), 171-179
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0514 11/22/2017
Jones, T. A., and C. Nixon, 2017: Short-term forecasts of left-moving supercells from an experimental Warn-on-Forecast system. J. Operational Meteor., 5 (13), 161-170
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0513 9/5/2017
Lindley, T. T., B. R. Bowers, G. P. Murdoch, B. R. Smith, and C. M. Gitro, 2017: Analyses of Fire-effective Low-level Thermal Ridges on the Southern Great Plains. J. Operational Meteor., 5 (12), 146-160
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0512 8/31/2017
Schultz, C. J., G. T. Stano, P. J. Meyer, B. C. Carcione, T. Barron, 2017: Lightning decision support using VHF total lightning mapping and NLDN cloud-to-ground data in North Alabama. J. Operational Meteor., 5 (11), 134-145
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0511 8/24/2017
M. S. Van Den Broeke, 2017: Potential tornado warning improvement resulting from utilization of the TDS in the warning decision process. J. Operational Meteor., 5 (10), 121-133
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0510 8/23/2017
Williams, C. A., P. W. Miller, A. W. Black, and J. A. Knox, 2017: Throwing caution to the wind: National Weather Service wind products as perceived by a weather-salient sample. J. Operational Meteor., 5 (9), 103-120
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0509 8/10/2017
Evans, M., M. Jurewicz, and R. Kline, 2017: The elevation-dependence of snowfall in the Appalachian Ridge and Valley Region of northeastern Pennsylvania. J. Operational Meteor., 5 (8) 87-102
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0508 6/27/17
Curtis, M. B., 2017: A synoptic and mesoscale analysis of heavy rainfall at Portland, ME 13-14 August 2014. J. Operational Meteor., 5 (7), 78-86
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0507 6/15/2017
Garner, J. M. 2017: Thunderstorm environments over the Northeastern Pacific Ocean and Gulf of Alaska. J. Operational Meteor., 5(6), 71-77,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0506 6/15/2017
Villani, J. P., M. L. Jurewicz Sr., and K. Reinhold 2017: Forecasting the inland extent of lake effect snow bands downwind of Lake Ontario. J. Operational Meteor., 5(5), 53-70,
Rogers, J. W., B. A. Hagenhoff, A. E. Cohen, R. L. Thompson, B. T. Smith, and E. E. Carpenter, 2016: Lower Mississippi River Valley quasi-linear convective system tornado environments and radar signatures. J. Operational Meteor., 5(4), 42-52,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0504 5/24/2017
Lincoln, W. S., R. F. L. Thomason, M. Stackhouse, and D. S. Schlotzhauer, 2017: Utilizing crowd-sourced rainfall and flood impact information to improve the analysis of the North Central Gulf Coast Flood Event of April 2014. J. Operational Meteor., 5 (3), 26-41
DOI: http://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0503. 4/19/2017
Bruick, Z. S., and C. D. Karstens, 2017: An Investigation of Local and National NWS Warning Outbreaks for Severe Convective Events. J. Operational Meteor., 5 (2), 14-25
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0502 4/11/2017
Terborg, A., and G. T. Stano, 2017: Impacts to Aviation Weather Center operations using total lightning observations from the Pseudo-GLM. J. Operational Meteor., 5 (1), 1-13.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2017.0501 1/27/2017
Fearon, M. G., T. J. Brown, and G. M. Curcio, 2015: Establishing a national standard method for operational mixing height determination. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (15), 172–189.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0315 11/3/2015
Smith, B. L., and J. L. Blaes, 2015: Examination of a winter storm using a micro rain radar and AMDAR aircraft soundings. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (14), 156–171.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0314 10/22/2015
Gibbs, J. G., and D. A. Butts Jr., 2015: Warm-season thunderstorm development as a function of vertical distribution of relative humidity in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (13), 145–155.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0313 10/13/2015
Moore, B. J., T. M. Hamill, E. M. Sukovich, T. Workoff, and F. E. Barthold, 2015: The utility of the NOAA reforecast dataset for quantitative precipitation forecasting over the coastal western United States. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (12), 133–144.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0312 9/22/2015
Imhoff, K. A., and G. S. Young, 2015: ENSO influence on tropical cyclone regional landfall counts. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (11), 124–132.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0311 9/1/2015
Ellis, R. T., J. Blaes, and L. Anderson, 2015: Orographically induced cirrus clouds in the lee of the southern Appalachian Mountains. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (10), 104–123.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0310 8/20/2015
Muller, B. M., and C. G. Herbster, 2015: A swirl in the clouds near Santa Cruz Island. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (9), 99–103.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0309 6/30/2015
Miller, P. W., A. W. Ellis, and S. J. Keighton, 2015: The utility of total lightning trends in diagnosing single-cell thunderstorm severity: Examples from the central Appalachians region. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (8), 82–98.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0308 5/12/2015
Vitale, J. D., J. Lipe, and T. T. Lindley, 2015: Independence Day holiday weekend 2010 flood on the southern plains of West Texas. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (7), 70–81.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0307 4/21/2015
Brotzge, J. A., and C. M. Luttrell, 2015: Genesis of the Chickasha, Oklahoma, tornado on 24 May 2011 as observed by CASA radar and Oklahoma Mesonet. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (6), 59–69.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0306 4/14/2015
Forsythe, J. M., S. Q. Kidder, K. K. Fuell, A. LeRoy, G. J. Jedlovec, and A. S. Jones, 2015: A multisensor, blended, layered water vapor product for weather analysis and forecasting. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (5), 41–58.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0305 3/24/2015
Young, G. S., S. D. Goldberger, J. Verlinde, and C. J. Hanlon, 2015: Forecasting regional chance of occurrence through aggregation of MOS PoPs. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (4), 30–40.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0304 1/27/2015
Hall, B. L., and Coauthors, 2015: A community frost/freeze susceptibility operational guidance tool. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (3), 21–29.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0303 1/20/2015
Rudlosky, S. D., 2015: Evaluating ENTLN performance relative to TRMM/LIS. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (2), 11–20.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0302 1/13/2015
Call, D. A., K. E. Grove, and P. J. Kocin, 2015: A meteorological and social comparison of the New England blizzards of 1978 and 2013. J. Operational Meteor., 3 (1), 1–10.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2015.0301 1/6/2015
Bettwy, A. E., 2014: Two case studies of tornadoes associated with cold-core 500-mb lows, and operational warning recommendations. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (21), 265–279.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0221 12/18/2014
Lammers, M. R., and J. D. Horel, 2014: Verification of National Weather Service spot forecasts using surface observations. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (20), 246–264.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0220 10/9/2014
Lincoln, W. S., 2014: Analysis of the 15 June 2013 isolated extreme rainfall event in Springfield, Missouri. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (19), 233–245.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0219 7/22/2014
Evans, M. S., and R. A. Murphy, 2014: A historical analog-based severe weather checklist for central New York and northeastern Pennsylvania. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (18), 214–232.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0218 7/8/2014
Kumjian, M. R., and A. D. Schenkman, 2014: The curious case of ice pellets over middle Tennessee on 1 March 2014. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (17), 209–213.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0217 7/1/2014
Molthan, A. L., J. R. Bell, T. A. Cole, and J. E. Burks, 2014: Satellite-based identification of tornado damage tracks from the 27 April 2011 severe weather outbreak. J. Operational Meteor., 2(16), 191–208.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0216 6/24/2014
Arnott, J. M., and J. Chamberlain, 2014: Lake-effect freezing drizzle: A case-study analysis. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (15), 180–190.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0215 6/17/2014
Bryant, B., M. Holiner, R. Kroot, K. Sherman-Morris, W. B. Smylie, L. Stryjewski, M. Thomas, and C. I. Williams, 2014: Usage of color scales on radar maps. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (14), 169–179.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0214 6/4/2014
Gitro, C. M., M. S. Evans, and R. H. Grumm, 2014: Two major heavy rain/flood events in the mid-Atlantic: June 2006 and September 2011. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (13), 152–168.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0213 5/28/2014
Banacos, P. C., A. N. Loconto, and G. A. DeVoir, 2014: Snow squalls: Forecasting and hazard mitigation. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (12), 130–151.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0212 5/21/2014
Bunkers, M. J., D. A. Barber, R. L. Thompson, R. Edwards, and J. Garner, 2014: Choosing a universal mean wind for supercell motion prediction. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (11), 115–129.
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Saari, M. D. W., R. M. Lawton, C. J. Schultz, and L. D. Carey, 2014: Early characteristics of the polarimetric tornadic debris signature associated with the 20 May 2013 Newcastle–Moore, Oklahoma, tornado. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (10), 110–114.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0210 5/7/2014
Schultz, C. J., 2014: Reflectivity vortex hole in a tornadic supercell. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (9), 103–109.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0209 4/23/2014
Bauman, W. H., III., and W. P. Roeder, 2014: A tool to predict the probability of summer severe weather in east-central Florida. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (8), 89–102.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0208 4/17/2014
Stano, G. T., C. J. Schultz, L. D. Carey, D. R. MacGorman, and K. M. Calhoun, 2014: Total lightning observations and tools for the 20 May 2013 Moore, Oklahoma, tornadic supercell. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (7), 71–88.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0207 3/27/2014
Jaszka, K. D., D. A. Call, 2014: A GIS-based assessment of lake-effect snow warnings in Upstate New York. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (6), 59–70.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0206 3/20/2014
Blackmore, W. H., and R. D. Kardell, 2014: Application of radiosonde ascent rate variations to detect atmospheric turbulence affecting aircraft. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (5), 51–58.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0205 3/13/2014
Grumm, R., J. M. Arnott, and J. Halblaub, 2014: The epic eastern North American warm episode of March 2012. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (4), 36–50.
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Myrick, D. T., and J. R. Michael, 2014: Dual-polarization radar analysis of northwestern Nevada flash flooding and haboob: 10 June 2013. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (3), 27–35.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0203 2/18/2014
Cohen, A. E., M. L. VanDenHeuvel, G. W. Carbin, and D. Bernhardt, 2014: The 5 June 2012 central Montana tornado event. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (2), 13–26.
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Coleman, T. A., T. A. Murphy, K. R. Knupp, L. D. Carey, and M. E. Anderson, 2014: Extensive observations of the transition region of a winter storm. J. Operational Meteor., 2 (1), 1–12.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2014.0201 1/22/2014
Lorentson, M., 2013: Scale normalization for IFR-frequency effects in aviation forecast performance statistics. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (22), 275–281.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0122 12/19/2013
Kumjian, M. R., 2013: Principles and applications of dual-polarization weather radar. Part III: Artifacts. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (21), 265–274.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0121 11/20/2013
Kumjian, M. R., 2013: Principles and applications of dual-polarization weather radar. Part II: Warm- and cold-season applications. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (20), 243–264.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0120 11/20/2013
Kumjian, M. R., 2013: Principles and applications of dual-polarization weather radar. Part I: Description of the polarimetric radar variables. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (19), 226–242.
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Sauter, D. P., 2013: A wet-bulb globe temperature validation study using standard meteorological inputs and modeled solar irradiance. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (18), 215–225.
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Nauslar, N. J., M. L. Kaplan, J. Wallmann, and T. J. Brown, 2013: A forecast procedure for dry thunderstorms. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (17), 200–214.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0117 11/6/2013
Stuart, N. A., R. H. Grumm, and M. J. Bodner, 2013: Analyzing predictability and communicating uncertainty: Lessons from the post-Groundhog Day 2009 storm and the March 2009 “megastorm.” J. Operational Meteor., 1 (16), 185–199.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0116 10/31/2013
Miller, D. A., S. Wu, and D. Kitzmiller, 2013: Spatial and temporal resolution considerations in evaluating and utilizing radar quantitative precipitation estimates. J. Operational Meteor., 1(15), 168–184.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0115 10/15/2013
Pereira, G., and M. Muscato, 2013: Multivariate analysis of lake-effect snowstorms in western New York. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (14), 157–167.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0114 8/27/2013
Molthan, A. L., J. E. Burks, K. M. McGrath, and F. J. LaFontaine, 2013: Multi-sensor examination of hail damage swaths for near real-time applications and assessment. J. Operational Meteor., 1(13), 144–156.
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Vitale, J. D., and T. Ryan, 2013: Operational recognition of high precipitation efficiency and low-echo-centroid convection. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (12), 128–143.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0112 8/9/2013
Glahn, B., and J.-S. Im, 2013: Error estimation of objective analysis of surface observations. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (11), 114–127.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0111 7/30/2013
Sanders, K. J., C. M. Gravelle, J. P. Gagan, and C. E. Graves, 2013: Characteristics of major ice storms in the central United States. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (10), 100–113.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0110 7/23/2013
Vaucher, G. T, and J. Raby, 2013: Forecasting atmospheric stability transitions over a high-elevation desert in the southwestern United States. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (9), 93–99.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0109 7/17/2013
Szymber, R. J., T. C. Jameson, and D. I. Knapp, 2013: A parameter weighting scheme for an automated weather effects decision aid. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (8), 84–92.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0108 7/10/2013
Zavodsky, B. T., A. L. Molthan, and M. J. Folmer, 2013: Multispectral imagery for detecting stratospheric air intrusions associated with mid-latitude cyclones. J. Operational Meteor., 1(7), 71–83.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0107 7/2/2013
Laflin, J. M., 2013: Verification of RAP model soundings in preconvective environments. J. Operational Meteor., 1 (6), 66–70.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2013.0106 5/16/2013
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