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《Meteorological Science and Technology》 2016-01
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Characteristics of Extremes in WPR Data during Severe Convective Rainfall

Chen Hongyu;Gao Yuezhong;Yin Liyun;Zhong Aihua;Dong Baoju;Dali Meteorological Service;Weather Modification Center of Yunnan Province;Dali National Climatic Station;  
In order to promote the levels of short-term forecasting and nowcasting of severe convective weather,the extremes of WPR(Wind Profiler Radar)data observed ahead of the occurrence of severe convective rainfall during rainy season from 2008 to 2012in Dali are analyzed on the basis of large sample of related data.The results show:The maximum detection height of WPR reached its maximum 0to 1hours ahead of the appearance of heavy rainfall.The intensity of severe convective rainfall was positively associated with the maximum detection height and its increased range.Meanwhile,the negative vertical speed increased to maximum and its corresponding height decreased to the lowest 1hour prior to the beginning of strong rainfall.The greater the negative vertical speed,the bigger the intensity of heavy rainfall was.Furthermore,the peak value of the extreme SNR(Signal to Noise Ratio)appeared 1hour ahead of the appearance of strong rainfall.The intensity of strong rainfall was positively correlated with the peak value.The mesoscale low-level jet appeared 3to 4hours ahead of the occurrence of strong rainfall.
【Fund】: 云南省气象局2013年预报员专项项目(YB201306)资助
【CateGory Index】: P412.25;P458.121.1
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