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Learning Series: What do you want to see?
      #74344 - Wed Mar 07 2007 11:08 PM

During the last tropical off-season, I wrote up a series of articles that I called the "Learning Series," highlighting 4 aspects of tropical meteorology that many had questions about. These are still available here on the blogs if you are interested in reading or re-visiting them:

Entry 1: Trough Interaction

Entry 2: Cyclone Phase Diagrams

Entry 3: Hurricane Track Forecasting

Entry 4: Dry air, the SAL, and wind shear

I'd like to know if there is anything in particular you all want to see sometime this offseason? The cyclone phase diagram entry followed from a poster's suggestion and I'd like to take into account your suggestions again if I can do so. Below are a few of my ideas, plus I'll take ideas from you all (if there are any) up until the end of March. Once we get into April and particularly May, I should have some time to move forward with some of these ideas. My goal is for two or three new entries before the season ramps up in June.

Potential ideas:

  • 1) Seasonal hurricane forecasting
  • 2) Factors influencing hurricane intensity and hurricane intensity forecasting
  • 3) extratropical transition
  • 4) Tropical cyclone genesis
  • 5) Insert your own idea

PM me your thoughts and ideas if you have them. Thanks!

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