On 23 September 2008 an amazing amount 326 mm in three hours was recorded in Sueca in the Province of Valancia. The convective events leading up to this event are discussed in this small case study by Ramon Vazquez. The satellite images as well as the radar and data from the ground are presented and discussed.
Filed under Keywords:
Hail, Precipitation, Radar, Convection, Downburst, HIRLAM, Stability Indices