Characteristics and organization of precipitating features during NAME 2004 and their relationship to environmental conditions
The focus of this study is to examine the characteristics of convective precipitating features (PFs) during the 2004 North American Monsoon Experiment (NAME) and their precursor environmental conditions. The goal is to gain a better insight into the predictability and variability of warm season convective processes in the southern portion of the North American Monsoon core region. The organization and characteristics of PFs are evaluated using composite radar reflectivity images over the southern portion of the Gulf of California. The environmental conditions are assessed using satellite images ...
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