A subsynoptic-scale kinectic energy study of the Red River Valley tornado outbreak (AVE-SESAME I)
Gary J. Jedlovec, Henry E. Fuelberg, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1981 - SESAME Project - 116 pages
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11 April 300 mb charts advection area averaged area-time averaged AVE-SESAME I period cold front cross-contour flow divergence at 300 divergence of kinetic dry line energy budget terms Figure Fuelberg and Scoggins GMT 10 April GMT Fig Height lines height perturbation high pressure area horizontal flux convergence horizontal flux divergence intense convection jet streak Kansas kinematic kinetic energy balance kinetic energy budget kinetic energy content levels located low-level jet mb and vertical mb layer meso-a scale meters and isotachs millibars motion at 500 Oklahoma City Pressure-time cross section Radar summary rawinsonde data Red River Valley region resolution River Valley tornado RRVTO scales of motion shown in Fig sonde storm area storm environment sub-volume subgrid scales subsynoptic subsynoptic-scale data subsynoptic-scale kinetic energy Surface and 300 Synoptic conditions synoptic scale synoptic-scale study upper upper-level divergence Valley tornado outbreak vertical flux divergence vertical motion vertical total warm front Wichita Falls wind