Referenced Journals and Digests

Hux, J. Dustin, Paul C. Knappenberger, Patrick J. Michaels, Philip J. Stenger, Hugh D. Cobb III, and Michael P. Rusnak, 2001:  Development of a Discriminant Analysis Mixed Precipitation (DAMP) Forecast Model for Mid-Atlantic Winter Storms. Wea. Forecasting, 16, 248–260.

Stuart, Neil A., 1996:  Training Symposium For Operational Forecasters in the Carolinas and Virginia.  Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 77,  2937-2945.

Stuart, Neil A., 1997: The WSR-88D Depiction of the 6 September, 1994 Split Cell Thunderstorm in Southern Virginia.  Nat. Wea. Dig., Vol. 21, No.2, 18-30.

Stuart, Neil A., 1999:  Operational Considerations of the WSR-88 Precipitation Processing Subsystem During the Convective Flooding Event of 11 August, 1994  in Northern Virginia.  Nat.Wea. Dig., Vol. 23, No.3, 21-31.
 
 

National/Regional Conferences

Albright, W.F., and H.D. Cobb, 1996: Synoptic scale climatology of heavy snow events in southeastern Virginia. Preprints, 15th Conference on Weather Analysis and Forecasting, Norfolk, Virginia, American Meteorological Society, 131-134.

Cobb, H.D., and W.F. Albright, 1996: The use of new forecast techniques to diagnose two heavy snow events at the Wakefield NWSO - 8 February 1995 and 7 December 1995. Preprints, 15th Conference on Weather Analysis and Forecasting, Norfolk, VA, American Meteorological Society, 581-585.

Cobb, H.D., and W.F. Albright, 1996: The use of PCGRIDDS and new forecast techniques to diagnose a heavy snow event over northeastern North Carolina - 8 February 1995. Postprints, Fourth NWS Winter Weather Workshop, September 19-22, 1995, Kansas City, MO, National Weather Service, 20.1-20.11.

Stuart, Neil A., 1996:  The Wakefield, Virginia WSR-88D Depiction of Mesolows Associated with Two Severe Squall Lines in Virginia and North Carolina.  Preprints,15th Conference on Weather and Forecasting, Norfolk, Virginia, American Meteorological Society, 15, 378-382.

Stuart, Neil A., and Hugh D. Cobb, 1997:  An Assessment of the Performance of the WSR-88D Mesocyclone Detection Algorithm During Tropical Storm Bertha -12-13 July 1996.  Preprints, 22nd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Fort Collins, Colorado, American Meteorological Society, 22, 672-674.

Stuart, Neil A., Hugh D. Cobb and Gregory J. Stumpf, 1997:  A Comparison of the   Storm-Scale Vortex Detection Capability, Between the WSR-88D Mesocyclone   Detection Algorithm and the National Severe Storms Laboratory Mesocyclone Detection Algorithm During Tropical Storm Bertha.  Preprints, 28th Conference on Radar Meteorology, Austin, Texas, American Meteorological Society, 28, 361-363.

Stuart, Neil A., Hugh D. Cobb, Wayne F. Albright, James Browder, A. Todd Anderson, 1998:  Correlating Thunderstorm Lightning Patterns with WSR-88D Signatures   and Resultant Benefits to Utility Companies: A Preliminary Investigation of the Hampton Roads “Hot Spot”.  Preprints, 19th Conference on Severe Local Storms, Minneapolis, Minnesota, American Meteorological Society, 19, 424-427.

Cobb, Hugh D., and Neil A. Stuart, 1998:  Characteristics of Tornadic Mesocyclones Associated with Tropical Cyclones in the Middle Atlantic Region as a Guide to Developing a Strategy for Warning Decision Using the WSR-88D.  Preprints, 19th Conference on Severe Local Storms, Minneapolis, Minnesota, American Meteorological Society, 19, 124-127.

Stuart, Neil A., and Hugh D. Cobb, 2000:  Inland Hurricane Flooding in Southeast Virginia and Northeast North Carolina Produced by Dennis ‘99 and Floyd ‘99:  Operational Considerations and Decision making at NWS Wakefield, Virginia.  Preprints, 24th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, American Meteorological Society, 24, 522-524.

Stuart, Neil A., 2001:  Overview of 2 Difficult Forecast Scenarios for the Mid-Atlantic U.S. during the 2000-2001 Winter Season - Lessons from Data Analysis.  Preprints, 18th Conference on Weather and Forecasting, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, American Meteorological Society, 18, 343-347.

Stuart, Neil A., 2001:  Multi-Dimensional Analysis of an Extreme Thundersnow Event during the 30 December 2000 Snowstorm. Preprints, 18th Conference on Weather and Forecasting, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, American Meteorological Society, 18, 223-226.

Cynthia L. Combs, Cynthia L., N. A. Stuart, M. DeMaria, and T. H. Vonder Haar, 2001:  Wind Regime GOES Cloud Cover Composites for the Wakefield, VA County Warning Area.  Preprints, 11th Conference on Satellite Meteorology and Oceanography, Madison, Wisconsin, American Meteorological Society, 11, In Press.
 
 

Eastern Region Technical Attachments

Albright, Wayne F. and Hugh D. Cobb:  The 8 February 1995 Heavy Snow Event Over Northeastern North Carolina.  NOAA Tech. Attach. ER/SSD 95-8A.

Miscellaneous

Stuart, Neil A., 2000:  Marine Aspects of the 25 January 2000 Storm in Virginia and the Northern Outer Banks of North Carolina.  Mariners Weather Log, Vol. 44, No. 2, 62-65.

Stuart, Neil A., 2000:  Marine Effects of the Memorial Day 2000 Storm in Virginia and   the Northern Outer Banks of North Carolina.  Mariners Weather Log, Vol. 44, No. 3, 25-32.




Link to important privacy statement