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Concurrent cloud-to-ground lightning and precipitation enhancement in the Atlanta, Georgia (USA) urban region
(American Meteorological Society, 2008)
This study explores how the Atlanta, Georgia (United States), urban region influences warm-season (May through September) cloud-toground lightning flashes and precipitation. Eight years (1995–2003) of flashes from the ...
Climatological Radar Delineation of Urban Convection for Atlanta, Georgia
(Royal Meteorological Society, 2010)
The distribution of warm season (June through August) thunderstorm activity surrounding Atlanta, Georgia from 1997 to 2006 was determined utilizing composite reflectivity data obtained from the network of National Weather ...
Synoptic evolution of midwestern U.S. extreme dew point events
(Royal Meteorological Society, 2008-09)
Eight Midwestern extremely high dew point events were examined with respect to their synoptic characteristics and evolution. Individual and composite analyses of events suggest that there exists three predominant features ...
Climatology of cloud-to-ground lightning in Georgia, USA, 1992-2003
(Royal Meteorological Society, 2005-11)
A 12-year climatology of lightning cloud-to-ground flash activity for Georgia revealed the existence of three primary regions of high lightning activity: the area surrounding the Atlanta Metropolitan Statistical Area, ...