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《Periodical of Ocean University of China》 2015-08
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Analyses of Ocean-Effect Snowstorms with Different Center over Shandong Peninsula

LI Jian-Hua;CUI Yi-Shao;YANG Cheng-Fang;Weihai Meteorological Bureau;Meteorological Station of Shandong;  
To sum up the spatial distribution character of snowstorms,fourteen ocean-effect snowstorm examples were analyzed based on synoptic chart and the data of automatic weather stations around Bohai Sea.The results show that.Cold vortex at 500 hPa isohypsic chart implies that strong snowfall will occur in Yantai and Weihai area,and if its core is south,snowstorm will occur in Weihai more easily.The trough of low pressure in the west at 500 hPa can lead to snowstorm in Yantai.In contrast,the wider zonal trough in the east leads to snowstorm in Weihai.Snowstorm center lies in Weihai when wind speed of Rongcheng in 700 hPa chart is less than Qingdao,or in Yantai.Obvious persistent north-east wind in west seashore of Liaoning peninsula is observed when snowstorm occurs in Yantai,and no or mussy north-east wind means that snowstorm occurs in Weihai.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(41175044);; 山东省2012年专项(sdyby2012-10)资助
【CateGory Index】: P426.634
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