On 6/14/07 I have made several updates to the APRWX Severe algorithms. I added better handling of 'upslope' storms given some experiences chasing these severe weather events this spring. So far it appears the adjustments are better handling uplope severe weather in the 4,000' + elevations just east of the Rocky Mountains.
I have also added some new constraints to the general severe weather calculations typically reserved for the severe weather on the 'low' plains of the central and eastern US. These are constraints that I use religiously in my own conceptual forecast models, and should limit the false alarm blips that occasionally show up in my index.
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