WW2010
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WW2010
 
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Online Guides
 
  introduction
 
> meteorology
 
  remote sensing
 
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  projects, activities

Meteorology
 
  introduction
 
  air masses, fronts
 
  clouds, precipitation
 
  el nino
 
  forces, winds
 
  hurricanes
 
  hydrologic cycle
 
  light, optics
 
  midlatitude cyclones
 
> severe storms
 
  weather forecasting

Severe Storms
 
  introduction
 
  dangers of t-storms
 
  types of t-storms
 
  tstorm components
 
  tornadoes
 
> modeling

Modeling
 
  introduction
 
  supercells
 
  convective lines
 
> forecasting

Forecasting
 
  introduction
 
  forecast matrix
 
  parameters
 
> ncsa access article

NCSA Access Article
 
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  figure 1
 
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> figure 3
 
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User Interface
 
  graphics
> text

NOTE: We've guessed that you're not using a client that supports colored tables and have tried to compensate. Low graphics mode looks much better on clients that do... we recommend switching to Netscape 3.0 or Microsoft Internet Explorer.
. Access Feature: Stormy Weather  
 
[Image: ] [Image: 24-hour ARPS Forecast Map (30K)]
  [Image: ] ARPS uses fine-scale NEXRAD Doppler radar data and other observations to generate forecasts at three resolutions: 32-km intervals for national forecasts; 9 km for multistate regions (1782 km x 1782 km); and 3 km for local areas (594 km x 594 km). Above is a 24-hour ARPS forecast for January 23, 1999, at 6 a.m. (CST). Below is the actual radar observation. 
  [Image: ] [Image: 24-hour Actual Observation (54K)]

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Terms for using data resources. CD-ROM available.
Credits and Acknowledgments for WW2010.
Department of Atmospheric Sciences (DAS) at
the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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