Accession Number : AD0622792
Title : ALBERTA HAIL STUDIES 1964.
Descriptive Note : Scientific rept.,
Corporate Author : MCGILL UNIV MONTREAL (QUEBEC) STORMY WEATHER GROUP
Personal Author(s) : Derome,J. F. ; Douglas,R. H. ; Hitschfeld,W. ; Stauder,M.
Report Date : JUL 1965
Pagination or Media Count : 79
Abstract : The three-dimensional patterns of the large-scale divergence and vertical motion over North America are derived at twelve-hour intervals for a one-week period beginning May 21, 1962. The distribution of severe storms in the central and eastern United States during that period is examined and related to the patterns of vertical motion. The mean profile of large-scale vertical motion near early-morning storms is compared with the near late-afternoon storms; the two profiles are found to be quite different. The morning storms correlate highly with the patterns of upward motion; the afternoon storms do not, presumably because other factors such as local heating are of comparable importance. (Author)
Descriptors : (*HAIL, ATMOSPHERIC MOTION), (*WIND, HAIL), CONVECTION, CANADA, PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, PHASE STUDIES, THERMODYNAMICS, HEAT TRANSFER, COOLING, ALBERTA
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE