Frontal Structures and High Winds in Extratropical Cyclones


David M. Schultz gives a presentation on the different conceptual models approaches concerning occlusion processes in frontal systems.


This talk presents new conceptual models in cyclone structures and evolutions. How does the large-scale flow in which the cyclone is embedded determine the type of frontal evolution that occurs? How does the air flow through cyclones, and what can this tell us about the possibility for damaging winds at the surface? This talk concludes with general principles for how forecasters can improve their skill through the use of conceptual models in operational forecasting.

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