radar climatology

radar climatology

[′rā‚där ‚klī·mə′täl·ə·jē]
(climatology)
The statistics in time and space of radar weather echoes.
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Radar climatology of weather echoes is used to reveal how surface properties shape precipitation occurrence and to explore the ease or difficulty in unambiguously detecting these effects.
For radar climatology work, we must hence largely rely on mosaic maps that were generated in real time with the approaches used at the time.
The influence of the sea-breeze circulation upon thunderstorms in subtropical South East Queensland, Australia, is explored through an 18-yr radar climatology and a two-season field campaign.