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There was a slight weakening as Ginger interacted with Tropical Storm Janice to its southeast, and absorbed much of the moisture and energy from Janice when it collapsed.

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The NOAA aircraft had just returned from research flights into Janice but were able to carry out their seeding patterns along with Navy and Air Force planes with little crew rest. Instead of seeding the area outside the eyewall as had been done in other experiments, this time the scientists concentrated on dropping the silver iodide canisters in an outer rainband. Ginger had again slowed down and the Project was able to carry out further rainband experiments on Sept.

Ginger was now moving northwestward toward the Carolinas and intensifying, so no more seeding experiments were allowed. By the evening of Sept. The Ginger experiments were controversial for Project scientists. By the time it was within range of the aircraft, Ginger no longer had a classic hurricane wind profile.

The eye was large and the the wind field very spread out. The decision to carry out rainband seeding further muddied the results, since it was uncertain what impact on storm strength or structure would result from this type of experiment. In retrospect, as this was the last series of tests that the Project would fly, it seemed a wasted opportunity.

Bergman and Toby N. A Scientific Chronicle — The National Hurricane Research Project: After the American Revolution, the Mid-Atlantic region hosted each of the capitals of the United States, including the current federal capital, Washington. But also interior cities such as Pittsburgh, Albany, and Buffalo, New York City, with its skyscrapers, subways, and headquarters of the United Nations, emerged in the 20th century as an icon of modernity and American economic and cultural power.

By the 21st century, the areas of the Mid-Atlantic were thoroughly urbanized. Most of the Mid-Atlantic states rank among the 15 highest-income states in the nation by median household income, there are differing interpretations as to the composition of the Mid-Atlantic. Sometimes, the nucleus is considered to consist of Maryland, Delaware, other sources consider New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania to be the core Mid-Atlantic states, with others sometimes included.

West Virginia and parts of Virginia are atypical of this region in several ways, although a few of West Virginias eastern panhandle counties are considered part of the Washington, D. MSA, the portion of the state is rural. Shipping and trade have been important to the Mid-Atlantic economy since the beginning of the colonial era, the explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano was the first European to see the region in Henry Hudson later extensively explored that region in and claimed it for the Dutch, jamestown, Virginia was the first permanent English colony in North America seven years earlier in From early colonial times, the Mid-Atlantic region was settled by a range of European people than in New England or the South.

The original English settlements in the region notably provided refuge to religious minorities, Maryland to Roman Catholics, and Pennsylvania to Quakers, in time, all these settlements fell under English colonial control, but the region continued to be a magnet for people of diverse nationalities.

The area that came to be known as the Middle Colonies served as a bridge between the North and South. Philadelphia, midway between the northern and southern colonies, was home to the Continental Congress, the convention of delegates who organized the American Revolution, cities grew along major ports, shipping routes, and waterways.

Accumulated cyclone energy — It uses an approximation of the wind energy used by a tropical system over its lifetime and is calculated every six-hour period. In recorded history, the highest ACE worldwide for a storm is The ACE of a season is calculated by summing the squares of the maximum sustained velocity of every active tropical storm.

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Since the calculation is sensitive to the point of the six-hour intervals, the convention is to use ,, If any storms of a season happen to cross years, the storms ACE counts for the previous year, the numbers are usually divided by 10, to make them more manageable. Kinetic energy is proportional to the square of velocity, and by adding together the energy per some interval of time, the accumulated energy is found. As the duration of a storm increases, more values are summed, although ACE is a value proportional to the energy of the system, it is not a direct calculation of energy.

A related quantity is hurricane destruction potential, which is ACE, ACE focuses upon the most intense winds concentrated in a storms center. Whereas, the destructive power of a storm depends upon the total area impacted with damaging winds, waves. The metric Integrated Kinetic Energy, developed in , more accurately reflects the destructive potential and it examines the kinetic energy that forces a storm surge and creates high waves as well as the horizontal wind loads over the full storm. This metric yields a specific value for a storm and doesnt account for the destruction caused by a storm over its entire life.

Therefore, in the researchers at the University of Florida created a metric called Track Integrated Kinetic Energy, TIKE expands the concept by accumulating IKE over the lifespan of an individual tropical cyclone and a total value for all named tropical cyclones in the season. A seasons ACE is used by NOAA and others to categorize the hurricane season into 3 groups by its activity, measured over the period — for the Atlantic basin, the median annual index was The term hyperactive is used by Goldenberg et al.

This single storm had an ACE higher than many whole Atlantic storm seasons, the following table shows those storms in the Atlantic basin from that have had the highest ACE. Cold-core low — A cold-core low, also known as an upper level low or cold-core cyclone, is a cyclone aloft which has an associated cold pool of air residing at high altitude within the Earths troposphere.

It is a low pressure system which strengthens with height in accordance with the thermal wind relationship and these systems can be referred to as upper level lows. If a weak surface circulation forms in response to such a feature at subtropical latitudes of the eastern north Pacific or north Indian oceans, cloud cover and rainfall mainly occurs with these systems during the day.

Severe weather, such as tornadoes, can occur near the center of cold-core lows, cold lows can help spawn cyclones with significant weather impacts, such as polar lows, and Von Karman Vortices. Cold cyclones are stronger aloft than at the Earths surface, or stronger in areas of the troposphere with lower pressures, per the thermal wind relationship and it also means that an isolated pool of cold air aloft is associated with the feature.

Because of its center, the center shows an area of thickness minimum. Since the temperature at any given radius is similar and parallel to the orientation of the pressure gradient, the movement of cold-core cyclones can be erratic since they are separated from the main belt of the Westerlies, which would otherwise steer them progressively to the east. The development of weather, particularly tornadoes, can occur near the center of these systems over land during any season of the year.

Kona lows, most extratropical cyclones, and tropical upper tropospheric cyclones are cold core lows, in the case of the north Indian ocean, the formation of this type of vortex leads to the onset of monsoon rains during the wet season. Those offshore the East Coast of the United States, which form in the months between October and April, are termed noreasters.

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Not initially associated with weather fronts, they form in tandem with blocking anticyclones at higher latitudes, East coast lows can persist for up to a week. Some East coast lows develop rapidly, becoming meteorological bombs, there is a 4. These systems can develop strong wind, heavy rains, waves over 10 metres in height, the summer tropical upper tropospheric trough in the Southern Hemisphere lies over the trade wind region of the east central Pacific and can cause tropical cyclogenesis offshore Central America.

Normally, a temperature of In a moist atmosphere, this rate is 6. A recent example of a cyclone that maintained itself over cooler waters was Alex of the Atlantic hurricane season. Atmospheric convection — Atmospheric convection is the result of a parcel-environment instability, or temperature difference, layer in the atmosphere. Different lapse rates within dry and moist air lead to instability, mixing of air during the day which expands the height of the planetary boundary layer leads to increased winds, cumulus cloud development, and decreased surface dew points. Moist convection leads to development, which is often responsible for severe weather throughout the world.

Special threats from thunderstorms include hail, downbursts, and tornadoes, there are a few general archetypes of atmospheric instability that correspond to convection and lack thereof. Convection begins at the level of free convection, where it begins its ascent through the free convective layer, the rising parcel, if having enough momentum, will continue to rise to the maximum parcel level until negative buoyancy decelerates the parcel to a stop. Acceleration is of relevance to convection. Drag produced by the updraft creates a force to counter that from the buoyancy.

This could be thought of as similar to the velocity of a falling object. This force from buoyancy can be measured by Convective Available Potential Energy, see the CAPE, buoyancy, and parcel links for a more in depth mathematical explanation of these processes.

Within the atmosphere, this means from the surface to above the hPa level, oceanic deep convection only occurs at a few locations. While less dynamically important than in the atmosphere, it is responsible for the spreading of cold water through the low layers of the ocean, as such, it is important for the large-scale temperature structure of the whole ocean. A thermal column is a section of rising air in the lower altitudes of the Earths atmosphere. Thermals are created by the heating of the Earths surface from solar radiation.

The Sun warms the ground, which in turn warms the air directly above it, the warmer air expands, becoming less dense than the surrounding air mass, and creating a thermal low. The mass of air rises, and as it does. It stops rising when it has cooled to the temperature as the surrounding air.

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Associated with a thermal is a downward flow surrounding the thermal column, the downward moving exterior is caused by colder air being displaced at the top of the thermal. It is bounded on the northeast, north and northwest by the Gulf Coast of the United States, on the southwest and south by Mexico, and on the southeast by Cuba. One of the seven main areas is the Gulf of Mexico basin. The Gulf of Mexico formed approximately million years ago as a result of plate tectonics, the Gulfs basin is roughly oval and is approximately nautical miles wide and floored by sedimentary rocks and recent sediments.

The size of the Gulf basin is approximately 1. The basin contains a volume of roughly 2, quadrillion liters, the consensus among geologists who have studied the geology of the Gulf of Mexico, is that prior to the Late Triassic, the Gulf of Mexico did not exist. It was created by the collision of plates that formed Pangea. Cox, geologists and other Earth scientists agree in general that the present Gulf of Mexico basin originated in Late Triassic time as the result of rifting within Pangea. The rifting was associated with zones of weakness within Pangea, including sutures where the Laurentia, South American, first, there was a Late Triassic-Early Jurassic phase of rifting during which rift valleys formed and filled with continental red beds.

Second, as rifting progressed through Early and Middle Jurassic time and it was at this time that tectonics first created a connection to the Pacific Ocean across central Mexico and later eastward to the Atlantic Ocean. This flooded the basin created by rifting and crustal thinning to create the Gulf of Mexico. While the Gulf of Mexico was a basin, the subsiding transitional crust was blanketed by the widespread deposition of Louann Salt. Initially, during the Late Jurassic, continued rifting widened the Gulf of Mexico and progressed to the point that sea-floor spreading, at this point, sufficient circulation with the Atlantic Ocean was established that the deposition of Louann Salt ceased.

During the Late Jurassic through Early Cretaceous, the occupied by the Gulf of Mexico experienced a period of cooling. The subsidence was the result of a combination of stretching, cooling. Initially, the combination of stretching and cooling caused about 5—7 km of tectonic subsidence of the central thin transitional. Intertropical Convergence Zone — The Intertropical Convergence Zone, known by sailors as the doldrums, is the area encircling the earth near the equator where the northeast and southeast trade winds converge.

When it lies near the equator, it is called the near-equatorial trough, where the ITCZ is drawn into and merges with a monsoonal circulation, it is sometimes referred to as a monsoon trough, a usage more common in Australia and parts of Asia. In the seamens speech the zone is referred to as the doldrums because of its weather patterns with stagnant calms. The ITCZ appears as a band of clouds, usually thunderstorms, in the Northern Hemisphere, the trade winds move in a southwestern direction from the northeast, while in the Southern Hemisphere, they move northwestward from the southeast.

When the ITCZ is positioned north or south of the equator, for instance, when the ITCZ is situated north of the equator, the southeast trade wind changes to a southwest wind as it crosses the equator. The ITCZ is formed by vertical motion largely appearing as convective activity of thunderstorms driven by heating, which effectively draw air in.

The dry descending branch is the horse latitudes, the location of the intertropical convergence zone varies over time with the seasons. Over land, it moves back and forth across the following the suns zenith point. Over the oceans, where the convergence zone is better defined, sometimes, a double ITCZ forms, with one located north and another south of the equator, one of which is usually stronger than the other. When this occurs, a ridge of high pressure forms between the two convergence zones. The South Pacific convergence zone is a reverse-oriented, or west-northwest to east-southeast aligned and it lies just south of the equator during the Southern Hemisphere warm season, but can be more extratropical in nature, especially east of the International Date Line.

It is considered the largest and most important piece of the ITCZ, longer term changes in the intertropical convergence zone can result in severe droughts or flooding in nearby areas. In some cases, the ITCZ may become narrow, especially when it moves away from the equator, there appears to be a to day cycle in thunderstorm activity along the ITCZ, which is roughly half the wavelength of the Madden—Julian oscillation.

Within the ITCZ the average winds are slight, unlike the north and south of the equator where the trade winds feed. Early sailors named this belt of calm the doldrums because of the inactivity, to find oneself becalmed in this region in a hot and muggy climate could mean death in an era when wind was the only effective way to propel ships across the ocean.

Even today leisure and competitive sailors attempt to cross the zone as quickly as possible as the erratic weather and wind patterns may cause unexpected delays. Tropical cyclogenesis depends upon low-level vorticity as one of its six requirements, surges of higher pressure from high latitudes can enhance tropical disturbances along its axis. Anticyclone — Effects of surface-based anticyclones include clearing skies as well as cooler, drier air. Fog can also form overnight within a region of higher pressure, sir Francis Galton first discovered anticyclones in the s. Preferred areas within a flow pattern in higher levels of the hydrosphere are beneath the western side of troughs.

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High-pressure systems are referred to as anticyclones. Their circulation is sometimes referred to as cum sole, subtropical high pressure zones form along the descending portion of the Hadley cell circulation. Upper-level high-pressure areas lie over tropical cyclones due to their warm core nature, surface anticyclones form due to downward motion through the troposphere, the atmospheric layer where weather occurs. Preferred areas within a flow pattern in higher levels of the troposphere are beneath the western side of troughs. Because they weaken with height, these systems are cold.

Heating of the earth near the equator forces upward motion and convection along the trough or intertropical convergence zone. This circulation known as the Hadley cell forms the subtropical ridge, many of the worlds deserts are caused by these climatological high-pressure areas. Because these anticyclones strengthen with height, they are known as warm core ridges, in the absence of rotation, the wind tends to blow from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure.

The stronger the pressure difference between a system and a low-pressure system, the stronger the wind. The coriolis force caused by Earths rotation gives winds within high-pressure systems their clockwise circulation in the northern hemisphere, friction with land slows down the wind flowing out of high-pressure systems and causes wind to flow more outward from the center. High-pressure systems are associated with light winds at the surface and subsidence of air from higher portions of the troposphere.

Subsidence will generally warm an air mass by adiabatic heating, thus, high pressure typically brings clear skies. Because no clouds are present to reflect sunlight during the day, there is more incoming solar radiation, at night, the absence of clouds means that outgoing longwave radiation is not blocked, giving cooler diurnal low temperatures in all seasons. If the surface level relative humidity rises towards percent overnight, the movement of continental arctic air masses to lower latitudes produces strong but vertically shallow high-pressure systems.

Hurricane Fern — Hurricane Fern was the sixth named storm and fourth hurricane of the Atlantic hurricane season. Fern crossed southeastern Louisiana as a depression on September 4 before swinging back out over the Gulf of Mexico. Fern reached hurricane status on September 8, reaching an intensity of 90 mph before making landfall near Freeport, Texas. Still moving northwestward, the depression made landfall in southeastern Louisiana on September 4. A building high pressure system over the Central United States forced the depression to move southwest over the Gulf of Mexico.

The warm waters cause the depression to reach tropical storm strength. The following day, Fern reached hurricane status as it neared the Texas coastline, the hurricane reached a peak intensity of 90 mph and its barometric pressure dropped to millibars. An incoming mid-latitude trough caused Fern to stall east of Texas for twelve hours, after the trough moved by, Fern turned southwest, paralleling the Texas coastline before making landfall on September 10 between Freeport and Matagorda.

At landfall, Fern had weakened to a tropical storm as it moved further inland. Because the center of Fern was elongated, it was able to receive moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and as a result. Between September 10 and September 11, Fern bypassed Corpus Christi, Texas, on September 9, as Fern was becoming organized, forecasters issued a hurricane watch along the Texas coast, anticipating that Fern might strengthen into a hurricane. In addition, small boats were warned to stay in port, the next day, the hurricane watches were changed to warnings, forcing residents living on the Texas coast to board up and evacuate.

In Galveston, eight emergency shelters were planned to open but five were closed when officials learned that they were not needed as most residents chose to ride out the storm in their homes. When Fern moved inland, the National Weather Service issued 21 tornado warnings, the precursor disturbance which later became Fern dropped rainfall up to 5 inches of rainfall across South Florida. Central and Northern Florida received 1 to 3 inches of rain, in Louisiana, after making landfall as a tropical depression, Fern produced rainfall up to 10 inches across the southeastern part of the state, including up to 7 inches in New Orleans.

The outer bands of the depression brought 3 to 5 inches of rain across the coastal sections of Mississippi. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Archived from the original PDF on Hurricane Research Division Database. Retrieved September 18, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. The Palm Beach Post.

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Non-SI units accepted for use with the SI 3. Centimetre of water Metric prefix Orders of magnitude Pascals law 4. Both one-dollar coins and notes are produced today, although the form is significantly more common 5. North Carolina experiences severe weather in summer and winter, with summer bringing threat of hurricanes, tropical storms, heavy rain 7.

It continued northeastward and dissipated on August 7 to the southwest of Greenland and it was not named operationally, but it was later added to the Atlantic hurricane database 8. However, with a pressure of mbar, Rita is the strongest tropical cyclone ever recorded in the Gulf of Mexico 9. Once aloft, air flows away from the center, producing a shield of cirrus clouds This disaster set back the cause of seeding hurricanes for eleven years, the United States Weather Bureaus National Hurricane Research Project, founded in , had as one of its objectives to investigate the scientific validity of hurricane modification methods Approximately 50, kg are used for cloud seeding annually, extreme exposure can lead to argyria, characterized by localized discoloration of body tissue Downwind of islands, bands of showers and thunderstorms can develop due to low level wind convergence downwind of the island edges, offshore California, this has been noted in the wake of cold fronts Associated with a thermal is a downward flow surrounding the thermal column, the downward moving exterior is caused by colder air being displaced at the top of the thermal Initially, the combination of stretching and cooling caused about 5—7 km of tectonic subsidence of the central thin transitional Tropical cyclogenesis depends upon low-level vorticity as one of its six requirements, surges of higher pressure from high latitudes can enhance tropical disturbances along its axis If the surface level relative humidity rises towards percent overnight, the movement of continental arctic air masses to lower latitudes produces strong but vertically shallow high-pressure systems A powerful extratropical cyclone over the North Pacific Ocean in January , with an eye-like feature and a long cold front extending to the tropics.

Hurricane Florence in the north Atlantic after completing its transition to an extratropical cyclone from a hurricane. QuikSCAT image of typical extratropical cyclones over the ocean. Note the maximum winds are on the outside of the occlusion. Extratropical cyclones are clockwise spinning in the Southern Hemisphere, just like tropical cyclones.

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North Carolina's three topographic regions are evident: View at end of Cherohala Skyway near Tellico Plains. The Atlantic hurricane season was fairly active with several notable storms.

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Tropical Storm Laura The eye , eyewall, and surrounding rainband s, characteristics of tropical cyclones in the narrow sense, are clearly visible in this view from space. Map of the cumulative tracks of all tropical cyclones during the — time period. Tropical Storm Franklin , an example of a strongly sheared tropical cyclone in the North Atlantic hurricane basin during View from the top of Gibb's Hill Lighthouse.

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The vertical variation of geostrophic wind in a barotropic atmosphere a and in a baroclinic atmosphere b. The blue portion of the surface denotes a cold region while the orange portion denotes a warm region. November 4, Kona Low. True color satellite image of an unusual anticyclone off southern Australia in the Southern Hemisphere, on September 8, , showing a counter-clockwise rotation around an oval area of clear skies.

Hadley cell circulation tends to create anticyclonic patterns in the Horse latitudes , depositing drier air and contributing to the world's great deserts. The subtropical ridge shows up as a large area of black dryness on this water vapor satellite image from September Golden Gate Bridge in fog.

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