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《Advances in Meteorological Science and Technology》 2018-03
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Development of Operations on Forecasting Severe Convective Weather in China

Zhang Xiaoling;Yang Bo;Sheng Jie;Tian Fuyou;Zhou Kanghui;Lin Yinjing;Zhu Wenjian;Cao Yancha;National Meteorological Center,China Meteorological Administration;  
Severe convective weather characterizes as the small scale, short life cycle, violent weather and easy to cause casualties and property loss. In recent ten years, since the national center for severe convective weather prediction being built, the severe convective weather monitoring, nowcasting and outlook operations, which include the monitoring in real time, warning in 0-2 h and prediction in 72 hours for thunderstorm, short-time heavy rainfall, thunderstorm high wind and hail, have been developed, but there is now little capability to monitor and warn the smaller-scale convective weather such as tornado. China Meteorological Administration is launching the tornado warning experiment to enhance the capabilities of monitoring and warning the the disastrously severe convective weather on smaller scale and very short time range like tornado, by developing the seamless-very short range forecasting techniques which relies on the convective-available numerical models and the compositive applications of numerical weather prediction outputs and multiple observation data.
【Fund】: 科技部重大专项(2017YFC1502003);; 国家重点基础研究发展计划(2013CB430106)
【CateGory Index】: P45
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