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HRD Scientists brief NOAA Aircraft Operations Center personnel on IFEX 2014, MacDill AFB, FL – 10 July 2014

Intensity Forecast Experiment (IFEX) Field Program Director Paul Reasor and HRD Director Frank Marks briefed the Aircraft Operations Center (AOC) personnel on IFEX plans for 2014 and HFIP progress. 63 more words

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HRD seminar – Bryce Tyner, North Carolina State University – 15 July 2014

Bryce presented a seminar on “ Sensitivity to the Planetary Boundary Layer Scheme for High-Resolution Simulations of Irene (2011) ”.

Abstract

Turbulent transport associated with large eddy circulations (LECs) in the hurricane boundary layer (HBL) are not well understood. 153 more words

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G-IV jet ready to fly over Hurricane Arthur this afternoon – July 4, 2014

NOAA’s G-IV jet is scheduled to fly over Hurricane Arthur.  The jet collect data right over Hurricane Arthur. The flight will take off at 1:30 PM Eastern. 48 more words

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Hurricane Field Program Update – Friday, July 4, 2014 10:15AM Eastern

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Thursday, July 4, 2014

G-IV: Is tasked to fly a Extratropical Transition research mission over Hurricane Arthur. The jet will take off at 1730 UTC (1:30PM Eastern) from MacDill AFB and recover back at MacDill AFB.  149 more words

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NOAA43 aircraft set to fly into Hurricane Arthur – July 3, 2014

The NOAA43 aircraft is scheduled to fly a Tail Doppler Radar Experiment into Hurricane Arthur at 1800 UTC (2PM Eastern) this afternoon. This will be their second flight into Arthur. 61 more words

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G-IV jet will fly around Hurricane Arthur this afternoon – July 3, 2014

The G-IV jet is scheduled to fly around Hurricane Arthur.  This will be the jet’s third flight and it will gather data right over Hurricane Arthur. 56 more words

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