AMOS-Q Event: A southeast change severe thunderstorm climatology for Brisbane, with forecasting applications
September 26 @ 5:00 pm
AMOS-Q invites you to a presentation by Tony Wedd
Tony is an operational severe weather forecaster and manager of the severe weather section in the Queensland regional office of the Bureau of Meteorology.
Some of the worst thunderstorms to affect SE QLD occur with SE’ly wind changes moving north along the coast. These storms can be difficult to predict, as environmental conditions give little indication of the severity of the storms to follow.
We identify a number of parameters that together provide good guidance discriminating between high-end severe thunderstorm events and other events, at useful forecasting lead times of several hours or more.
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RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 20th September 2018.