Abstracts

Wednesday, August 6th, 2019

8:15 am CDT - 9:00 am CDT: Is the accuracy of tornado warnings impacted by the culture of individual forecast offices?

Dr. Stephan Smith

9:05 am CDT - 9:25 am CDT: Saving Lives Before They Were Ever In Danger: The Value of Building Relationships Before the 2019 Flood

Brian Barjenbruch NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Omaha, Nebraska

9:30 am CDT - 9:50 am CDT: Becoming a Part of the Disaster in the Midst of Providing Support

Rebecca Kern NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Omaha, Nebraska

10:00 am CDT - 10:20 am CDT: March 2019 WFO Hastings Emergency Backup of WFO Omaha and Implementing ICS

Jerilyn Billings Wright

10:25 am CDT - 10:45 am CDT: Hosting An Evacuated NWS Office: An MIC’s View

Steve Eddy

10:50 am CDT - 11:10 am CDT: The 30 June 2018 Des Moines Flash Flood Emergency Event

Cory Martin

11:15 am CDT - 11:35 am CDT: How to win at Social Media – tips, tricks and best Practices

Kate Shawkey

12:30 pm CDT - 1:00 pm CDT: WPC Operations and Collaboration

Patrick Burke

1:35 am CDT - 1:55 am CDT: Lessons and Insights from Mesoanalyst Boot Camp

Jesse Lundquist NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Goodland, Kansas

2:05 pm CDT - 2:25 pm CDT: A 3D Analysis of Tornado Events from the 2019 Season

Thomas Dolan

2:30 pm CDT - 2:50 pm CDT: Using Radar-Derived Parameters to Develop Probabilistic Guidance for Lightning Cessation within Isolated Convection near Cape Canaveral, Florida

Joseph Patton NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Goodland, Kansas

2:55 pm CDT - 3:15 pm CDT: Towards Better Operational Predictions of High-Impact Winter Weather in the Northern High Plains

Bart Geerts, University of Wyoming
Bob Capella, University of Wyoming
Ehan Collins, University of Wyoming
Rob Cox, NWS Cheyenne
Matthew Brothers,
NWS Cheyenne Andrew Lyons, NWS Cheyenne

3:20 pm CDT - 3:40 pm CDT: High-Resolution Rapid Refresh model-based analysis of snow squall characteristics

Robert Capella

3:45 pm CDT - 4:05 pm CDT: Improvements in Freezing Rain Prediction by Incorporating Droplet Temperature Characteristics

Brian Barjenbruch NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office Omaha, NE
Kristopher J. Sanders NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office Omaha, NE

4:10 pm CDT - 4:30 pm CDT: Verification of wind forecasts from the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh

Ethan Collins, University of Wyoming Zachary Lebo
University of Wyoming Bart Geerts, University of Wyoming
Bob Capella, University of Wyoming
Rob Cox, NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office Cheyenne, Wyoming
Matthew Brothers, NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office Cheyenne, Wyoming
Andrew Lyons, NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office Cheyenne, Wyoming


Thursday, August 7th, 2019

8:10 am CDT - 8:55 am CDT: Tornado Genesis Observations

Dr James Marquis

9:00 am CDT - 9:20 am CDT: On the Relevance of a Low-level Storm-Relative Velocity Enhancement Signature (SRVE) in Tornado Producing Supercells Prior to Tornadogenesis

John Stoppkotte SOO of NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office North Platte NE

9:25 am CDT - 9:45 am CDT: 17 May 2019 Southwest KS Tornadic Supercell Part I: A Mesoscale and Visual Analysis

Wesley Hovorka NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Dodge City, Kansas

9:50 am CDT - 10:10 am CDT: May 17, 2019 Southwest KS Tornadic Supercell

Aaron W. Johnson NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Dodge City, Kansas

10:20 am CDT - 10:40 am CDT: Radar and Near Storm Environment Data of the 26 June 2018 Eureka, Kansas Tornado

Paul Howerton NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office Witchita, Kansas

10:45 am CDT - 11:05 am CDT: A Multiple Video Perspective of the 26 June 2018 EF3 Eureka, Kansas Tornado

Bradley Ketcham

11:10 am CDT - 11:30 am CDT: A Near-Worst-Case Scenario in East-Central Kansas

Bryan Baerg

11:35 am CDT - 11:55 am CDT: Applications and Examples of a Behavior-Based Tornadic Debris Signature Identification Technique

Kevin Skow

12:00 pm CDT - 12:20 pm CDT: UAS-based Multispectral Assessment of the May 28, 2019 Tipton, KS Tornado

Melissa Wagner
Any questions about abstracts? Please contact HPChapterAMSNWA@gmail.com. Abstracts are due Monday, July 8th, 2019.