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Preliminary numerical simulations of the 31 January 1991 lake-effect snowstorm / R.J. Ballentine, E.C. Chermack, A. Stamm, D. Frank, M. Thomas, G. Beck.

Title: Preliminary numerical simulations of the 31 January 1991 lake-effect snowstorm / R.J. Ballentine, E.C. Chermack, A. Stamm, D. Frank, M. Thomas, G. Beck.
Author(s): Ballentine, R. J.
Chermack, E. C.
Stamm, A.
Frank, D.
Thomas, M.
Beck, G.
Date: 1992.
In: Eastern Snow Conference. Proceedings. (1992.), Vol. 49th Annual Meeting (1992)
Abstract: Three-dimensional numerical model is used to investigate relative importance of factors that influenced development of major lake-effect snowstorm in central New York state. Sensitivity experiments indicate that major controls on snowfall rate are lake temperature and moisture content of air upwind of Lake Ontario. As expected, location and movement of snow band depend mainly on geostrophic wind direction.
Notes:

Eastern Snow Conference. Proceedings. Vol. 49th Annual Meeting :115-123 (1992).

Keywords: 551.578.4 -- Ice needles, sleet, falling snow and graupel.
551.578.45 -- Snow storms.
519.673 -- Modelling.
E9 -- Glaciology: meteorology and climatology.
(73) -- United States.
(74) -- North-eastern states.
SPRI record no.: 119599

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