NEXRAD


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NEXRAD

[′neks‚rad]
(meteorology)
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Because of the previous NEXRAD gaps in western North Dakota, NOAA did not issue a tornado warning for Watford City on July 10, 2018, when an EF2 tornado touched down.
You've been using your onboard Nexrad display, listening to ATC chatter and making a quick scan of nearby Metars to learn what's underneath these storms.
Fuentes, "Comparative effectiveness and reliability of NEXRAD data to predict outlet hydrographs using the GSSHA and HEC-HMS hydrologic models," in Proceedings of the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015: Floods, Droughts, and Ecosystems, pp.
NEXRAD Weather Radar- shows in near-real time how many birds are actually airborne in a given area.
They acquired archived NEXRAD data associated with aerial concentrations of moths at heights of up to 3,900 feet.
Our confidence in using the NMQ (or NEXRAD) data partially comes from its superior performance with liquid precipitation measurement, which has been validated by many studies using either surface observations or cross-validation with other remote sensing sensors [7,17,18].
The team used WSR-88D (NEXRAD) radar to investigate spring and fall migrations at 40 military installations across the United States, and to identify stopover hotspots based on radar images of birds departing from installation habitats ("exodus events").
FVMap will display your assets over a map displaying METARs, TAFs, NEXRAD, Airspace, TRFs, obstacles, terrain, lakes, rivers, cities, etc.
I'm glad he's psyched, but this is some geeky stuff: I received full access to AccuWeather.com Premium, which was recently updated to include Level-II Super-Resolution NEXRAD radar.
Also available will be global satellite imagery; proprietary tropical forecasts for the U.S., Japan, and Australia; European wind forecasts; earthquake monitoring; and WSI's proprietary Hot Storm Index, which derives the potential impact of severe weather events including hail, wind, and flooding from raw NEXrad radar data.
Flash flood forecasting over complex terrain; with an assessment of the Sulphur Mountian NEXRAD in Southern California.
The use of NEXt-Generation Weather RADar (NEXRAD) radar significantly expands the possible areas over which soil erosion and water runoff models can be spatially and temporally applied as nearly the entire United States is covered with high-resolution radar data.