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Posted by Dan Petersen on 6 Jan 98, 10:26 MT
I missed the conference call since each time I dialed in, the operator would give me
- Is it possible to add precipitable water as a variable within the main isobaric set?
- Stan and I previously discussed the problem of too much precip over warm water. The flip side is that there's not enough over the Fl peninsula, and the CAPE forecasts
- The other issue I hope to have addressed is that when the winds are east along the Fl east coast (perpendicular to coast), the RUCII surface and boundary layer winds back too much on the land side, by as much as 60 degrees. This in turn creates too much coastal convergence. There are cases in which the backing was temporary, and others in which the problem persisted throughout the 12hr cycle.
Let me know if you need any clarifications.
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