Advances in Meteorology / 2013 / Article / Fig 6

Research Article

Low-Level Polarimetric Radar Signatures in EnKF Analyses and Forecasts of the May 8, 2003 Oklahoma City Tornadic Supercell: Impact of Multimoment Microphysics and Comparisons with Observation

Figure 6

Surface potential temperature perturbation (defined relative to the horizontally homogeneous base state) (color fill, K), radar reflectivity (thick black contours, 5 dBZ increment), surface and 1 km AGL vertical vorticity (red and green contours, resp., 0.00375 s−1 increment, starting at 0.00375 s−1), and storm-relative wind vectors plotted every 3 km (key in lower right) for ensemble member 13 at 2216 UTC (960 s forecast) for (a) 1 M, (b) 2 M, (c) 2 MSC, and (d) 3 M.
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(a)  1 M
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(b)  2 M
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(c)  2 MSC
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(d)  3 M

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