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WRF Users' Workshop 2016 Extended Abstract Visualizations /

WRF Radar Reflectivity

by James Schiavone | 2016-06-08 12:16 | 14.64 MB
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At 22Z, the arc of yellow and red in the southwest quadrant along the Delaware Bay is deep convection ahead of the southwest-ward moving warm front and the broad area of blue and scattered green to its northeast is shallow precipitation within the warm, moist air. Vertical cross sections of WRF wind speed are shown on the left and rights edges. Black, grey and white contours represent WRF 10 meter wind speed, where white is the highest speed contour.