To further evaluate the characteristics of the squall line
event simulation, we define the longitudinal center of the squall line
as the meridionally averaged zonal maximum of the radar reflectivity in the 26[degrees]-38[degrees]N, 92[degrees]-80[degrees]W domain as illustrated in Figs.
Caption: LEFT: This example of a squall line
was marching across the Oklahoma prairie.
The November 15 scourge of twisters formed in a squall line
, while the November 6 monster descended from a broken line that formed an out-of-season supercell.
The Dover, Delaware, weather surveillance radar (DOX) showed the squall line
and gust front arriving at Horn Point, Maryland (38.587[degrees]N, 76.141[degrees]W), at approximately 0820 UTC (Figs.
Guo, "Analysis and numerical simulation research on severe surface wind formation mechanism and structural characteristics of a squall line
case," Chinese Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, vol.
Although the pilot requested assistance in avoiding the "squall line
" noted by the controller, he did not provide the pilot with the information as required.
Johnson, 1991: Heat and moisture budgets of an intense midlatitude squall line
Simply put, a squall line
is a solid or near-solid line of thunderstorms.
This squall line
propagated eastward and maintained its identity until 0000 UTC, May 27 (not shown), when it was found over eastern Mississippi (MS), northern Alabama (AL), and eastern Tennessee (TN).
- Anyone interested in seeing the radar image of the squall line
as it approached Worcester County can go to www.ToddGross.com.
Once this happens, deep showers and thunderstorms form, commonly producing a squall line
in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.
The hourly precipitation forecasts (Figure 4(a)) for the August 01, 2009, prefrontal squall line
(Figure 4(b)) ranged from 0 to 5 mm average over the watershed.