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Flash Flooding, QPF and QPE for 2007

2009 2008 2007
Improving QPE and Very Short Term QPF. Steven V. Vasiloff, D-J. Seo, K. Howard, J. Zhang, D. Kitzmiller, M. Mullusky, W. Krajewski, E. Brandes, R. Rabin, D. Berkowitz, H. Brooks, J. McGinley, R. Kuligowski, and B. Brown. BAMS - December 2007. View abstract
Flash Flood Forecasting for Small Urban Watersheds in the Baltimore Metropolitan Region. Julie Rose N. Javier, J. A. Smith, K. L. Meierdiercks, M. L. Baeck, and A. J. Miller. Weather & Forecasting - December 2007. View abstract
Subpixel-Scale Rainfall Variability and the Effects on Separation of Radar and Gauge Rainfall Errors. Yu Zhang, Thomas Adams, and J. V. Bonta. J. of Hydrometeorology - December 2007. View abstract
Summary of Global Positioning System (GPS) Integrated Precipitable Water (IPW). Pablo Santos, K.Carey, W. M. MacKenzie, Jr., J. Zhang, R. Ferraro, and J. G. Yoe - NWA Electronic Journal of Operational Meteorology 2007-EJ4 View abstract
Validation Schemes for Tropical Cyclone Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts: Evaluation of Operational Models for U.S. Landfalling Cases. Timothy Marchok, R. Rogers, and R. Tuleya. Weather & Forecasting - August 2007 View abstract
QPE in NWS hydrologic applications: present and future. Geoffrey M. Bonnin, D. Kitzmiller, D. Seo, M. Smith, and P. Restrepo. 33rd AMS Conf. on Radar Meteorology - August 2007 View abstract
Composite means and anomalies of meteorological parameters for summertime flash flooding in the National Weather Service Eastern Region. Alan M. Cope and L. R. Robertson. 22nd Conf. on Wea. Anal. and Fcsting/18th Conf. on NWP - June 2007 View abstract
Probabilistic quantitative precipitation forecasts. Steven A. Amburn, NOAA/NWS, Tulsa, OK; and J. M. Frederick. 22nd Conf. on Wea. Anal. and Fcsting/18th Conf. on NWP - June 2007 View abstract
Probabilistic QPF using a multi-physics WRF ensemble. Brian J. Etherton and L. Brieger. 22nd Conf. on Wea. Anal. and Fcsting/18th Conf. on NWP - June 2007 View abstract
Improving anticipation of the influence of upstream convection on QPF. Christian M. Cassell, and G. Lackmann and K. Mahoney. 22nd Conf. on Wea. Anal. and Fcsting/18th Conf. on NWP - June 2007 View abstract
The use of ensembles and anomalies to anticipate extreme flood events in the northeastern United States. Neil A. Stuart, R. H. Grumm, J. W. Cannon, and W. Drag. 22nd Conf. on Wea. Anal. and Fcsting/18th Conf. on NWP - June 2007 View abstract
Patterns of Heavy rainfall in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Richard H. Grumm and R. Holmes. 22nd Conf. on Wea. Anal. and Fcsting/18th Conf. on NWP - June 2007 View abstract
The Effect of Upstream Convection on Downstream Precipitation. Kelly M. Mahoney and Gary M. Lackmann. Weather & Forecasting - April 2007 View abstract
Spatially-variable, physically-derived flash flood guidance. John A. Schmidt, A. J. Anderson and J. H. Paul - 22nd AMS Conf. on Hydrology - Jan 2007 View abstract


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