Second Tri-State Weather Conference PowerPoint Presentations
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- Elena Novakovskaia, IBM Research Center, An Integrated Hydro-Meteorological System for Flood Forecasting in the New York City Metropolitan Area
- Tom DiLiberto, Stony Brook University, High resolution WRF and ADCIRC simulations of Hurricane Gloria for the New York City Metropolitan Region
- John Murray, NOAA/NWS, Upton/New York, A spatial Climatology of Convection in the Northeast U.S.
- Ernest J Ostuno, NOAA/NWS, Grand Rapids, Michigan, A Rating Scale for Winter Storms Based on Impact to Travel
- Morning keynote speaker, Berrien Moore III, Climate Central, Humans and the Global Carbon Cycle: A Faustian Bargain?
- Eleanor Vallier-Talbot, NOAA/NWS, Taunton/Massachusetts, A Retrospective of the June 1953 Flint and Worcester Tornadoes: How They Happened and What We Learned
- James Witt, Fleetweather, Retired, A Unique Look At Long-Range Forecasting
- Michael Erickson, Stony Brook University, Potential Improvements to Precipitation and Hydrological Forecasts using Mesoscale Ensemble Weather Predictions
- Tim Morrin, NOAA/NWS, Upton/New York, The Forgotten Blizzard of 1886 – Are our climate records better today?
- Brian Colle, Stony Brook University, New York City Storm Surges: Climatology and an Analysis of the Wind and Cyclone Evolution
- Anthony Praino, IBM Research Center, Forecast Performance of an Operational Meso-Gamma-Scale Modeling System in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast during Tropical Storm Hanna
- Patrick Maloit, NOAA/NWS, Upton/New York, The Winter Storm that “Clipped” the Tri-State
- William Goodman, NOAA/NWS, Upton/New York, The Summer of 2007 – A Tale of Two Tornadic Events in the Tri-State
- Afternoon, keynote speaker, Rich Rotunno, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Assistant Director, Mesoscale and Microscale Meterology. Models of Severe Convection: From Theory to Applications