Detection & Monitoring Convective Storms by Using MSG SEVIRI Images

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The presentation focuses on the 'MSG View' software tool, which is operationally used for detecting and monitoring convective storms at theTurkish State Meteorological Service(TSMS).

Published: 8 June 2011

Two case studies (a cold U/V and a cold ring shape) are demonstrated and discussed in this presentation.

Links

Detection and Monitoring Convective Storms by Using MSG SEVIRI Image presentation (PDF, 10 MB)

Detection and Monitoring Convective Storms by Using MSG SEVIRI Image (EUMeTrain)

Convection Working Group (EUMETSAT, ESSL)

References


Category Language Difficulty Audio Duration Author
Atmosphere English Basic 30 min Aydin Erturk

References

Ertürk A.G., 2010 "MSGView: An operational and training tool to process, analyze and visualization of MSG SEVIRI data", Proceedings of 10th EUMETSAT Conference/EUMETSAT P.57, Darmstadt, Germany, 2010.

Heymsfield, G.M. and Blackmer R.H., 1988: Satellite-observed characteristics of Midwest severe thunderstorm anvils. Monthly Weather Review, 116, 2200–2224.

Setvák, M., Lindsey, D.T., Novák, P., Wang, P.K., Radová, M., Kerkmann, J., Grasso, L., Su, S., Rabin, R.M., Štástka, J., Charvát, Z., 2010 Satellite-observed cold ring -shaped features atop deep convective clouds. Atmos.Res. 97, 80–96.

Wang, P.K., 2007. The thermodynamic structure atop a penetrating convective thunderstorm. Atmos. Res. 83, 254–262.

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