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Analysis and Prediction of Integrated Kinetic Energy in Atlantic Tropical Cyclones
Analysis of Polar Mesocyclonic Surface Turbulent Fluxes in the Arctic System Reanalysis (ASRv1) Dataset
Case-Base Devaluation of a Physical Initialization Technique for Assimilating Precipitation in NWP
Characterizing the Onset and Demise of the Indian Summer Monsoon
Climatological Analysis of the Extratropical Flow Response to Recurving North Atlantic Tropical Cyclones
Climatology of Tropical Cyclone Size in the Western North Pacific Using an Alternative Metric
Development and Evolution of Convective Bursts in WRF Simulations of Hurricanes Dean (2007) and Bill (2009)
Diagnosing Errors in the Structure of Rossby Waves on the Extratropical Tropopause in Medium-Range Operational Weather Forecasts
Diagnosing Tropical Cyclone Risk Through the Development of a Landfall Index for the North Atlantic Basin
Expanding the Utility of GOES-R with Improved Assimilation of Lightning and Infrared Satellite Observations
Impact of Tropical Cyclones on Upper Atmospheric Chemistry Using a High-Resolution Chemical Transport Model and Aircraft             Observations
Impacts of Model Coupling and Resolution on Air-Sea Fluxes for 1993 Superstorm
Influence of Cloud Microphysical Schemes on Simulated Convection over the Cape Canaveral Region in South Easterly Flow
Influence of Helicity on Regulating Diabatic Potential Vorticity in Isolated Convective Storms
Investigating the Potentially Untapped Predictability of Tropical Cyclone Genesis in Operational Global Models
On the Obscured Relationship between Size and Intensity of Tropical Cyclones
Predictability and Dynamics of the Genoa Low
Quantification of Stokes Drift as a Mechanism for Surface Oil Advection in the Gulf of Mexico during the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Spatial Analyses of Climatological Effects on Hurricane Intensification Rates
Teleconnection between Subtropical Convection and Higher Latitude Wave Activity in the Atlantic
Use of Multiple Satellite Total Ozone Observations within and Around Tropical Cyclones
Using Radar-Derived Parameters to Develop Probabilistic Guidance for Lightning Cessation within Isolated Convection near Cape Canaveral, Florida
Wave and Wind Direction Effects on Ocean Surface Emissivity Measurements in High Wind Conditions
WRF Nested Large-Eddy Simulations of Deep Convection during SEAC4RS
WRF Simulations of Water Vapor Content for TC Ingrid (September 2013)