A Comparison of Advect Cloud Model and Fifth-Generation Mesoscale Model Total Fractional Cloud Forecasts Brian D. Pukall

ISBN: 9781249594437

Published: October 9th 2012

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170 pages


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A Comparison of Advect Cloud Model and Fifth-Generation Mesoscale Model Total Fractional Cloud Forecasts  by  Brian D. Pukall

A Comparison of Advect Cloud Model and Fifth-Generation Mesoscale Model Total Fractional Cloud Forecasts by Brian D. Pukall
October 9th 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 170 pages | ISBN: 9781249594437 | 3.21 Mb

Total fractional cloudiness (FC) forecasts from the advect cloud (ADVCLD) model and total FC forecasts diagnosed from the relative humidity and total cloud condensate (snow, ice, rain water, and cloud water) fields from the fifth-generation mesoscaleMoreTotal fractional cloudiness (FC) forecasts from the advect cloud (ADVCLD) model and total FC forecasts diagnosed from the relative humidity and total cloud condensate (snow, ice, rain water, and cloud water) fields from the fifth-generation mesoscale model (MM5) were statistically and subjectively compared to determine which model produced the better total FC forecasts from August through November 1997 for a forecast window centered on Bosnia.

The real-time nephanalysis (RTNEPH) model was used to represent the true state of the atmosphere. ADVCLD and MM5 forecasts were also compared against a persistence forecast to provide a minimal skill baseline. The Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA) provided all model data.



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