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JSU synoptic lab
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Tropical Cyclones
Tropical cyclone climatology and overview
Tropical cyclone life cycle and motion
Tropical cyclone structure
Hurricane forecasting learning material
Hurricane forecasting tools
Storm surge
TUTTs and LA/MS flood event of 2016
Ocean applications
Waves
Tides
Miscellaneous ocean products
Streamlines
Regression and model output statistics
Forecasting baroclinic systems and other products
Analysis
Modal guidance
Model Output Statistics and National Blend of Models
Useful forecast products
JSU synoptic class
Syllabus
Exam Information
Homework
Stability
The Basics
The SkewT and related diagnostic tools
POP, air mass thunderstorms, sea breeze thunderstorms
Severe Weather
Map analysis
Upper-level synoptic charts
Contouring
Surface analysis and fronts
Vertical structure
Jet Streaks
Dynamics
Review of dynamics
Dynamics applications
QG Theory and the Omega equation
Cyclogenesis and baroclinic instability
Modeling
Fog
Winter Weather
JSU dynamics
Syllabus
Homework
Sample exam questions
Introduction (Chap. 1, HH)
Basic equations of meteorology (Chap. 2, HH)
Imbedded processes in equations of meteorology (Chap. 3, HH). Exam 2 material
Imbedded processes in equations of meteorology (Chap. 3, HH). Exam 3 material
Planetary boundary layer
Vorticity (Chap.4, HH)
Pertubation method and atmospheric waves (Chap 5, HH)
JSU numerical methods
Syllabus
Homework
Number Series
Interpolation
Basic matrix math
Filters And Fourier Analysis
Numerical derivatives
Numerical integration, random numbers, and Monte Carlo
Numerical solutions of differential equations and atmospheric modeling
Parameterization, data assimilation, and overview on WRF model
Final computer exercises
Dashboard
Probability of Precipitation, PW, air mass thunderstorms and seabreeze thunderstorms
Probability of precipitation (POP), air mass thunderstorm prediction with Precipitable Water (PW), and Mississippi/Louisiana seabreeze climatology
Deriving Precipitable Water using radio occultation (interesting read, not required for class)
Home
Contact information
JSU synoptic lab
Syllabus
Take-home exams
Homework
Tropical Cyclones
Tropical cyclone climatology and overview
Tropical cyclone life cycle and motion
Tropical cyclone structure
Hurricane forecasting learning material
Hurricane forecasting tools
Storm surge
TUTTs and LA/MS flood event of 2016
Ocean applications
Waves
Tides
Miscellaneous ocean products
Streamlines
Regression and model output statistics
Forecasting baroclinic systems and other products
Analysis
Modal guidance
Model Output Statistics and National Blend of Models
Useful forecast products
JSU synoptic class
Syllabus
Exam Information
Homework
Stability
The Basics
The SkewT and related diagnostic tools
POP, air mass thunderstorms, sea breeze thunderstorms
Severe Weather
Map analysis
Upper-level synoptic charts
Contouring
Surface analysis and fronts
Vertical structure
Jet Streaks
Dynamics
Review of dynamics
Dynamics applications
QG Theory and the Omega equation
Cyclogenesis and baroclinic instability
Modeling
Fog
Winter Weather
JSU dynamics
Syllabus
Homework
Sample exam questions
Introduction (Chap. 1, HH)
Basic equations of meteorology (Chap. 2, HH)
Imbedded processes in equations of meteorology (Chap. 3, HH). Exam 2 material
Imbedded processes in equations of meteorology (Chap. 3, HH). Exam 3 material
Planetary boundary layer
Vorticity (Chap.4, HH)
Pertubation method and atmospheric waves (Chap 5, HH)
JSU numerical methods
Syllabus
Homework
Number Series
Interpolation
Basic matrix math
Filters And Fourier Analysis
Numerical derivatives
Numerical integration, random numbers, and Monte Carlo
Numerical solutions of differential equations and atmospheric modeling
Parameterization, data assimilation, and overview on WRF model
Final computer exercises
Dashboard