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Atlantic Hurricanes And Their Effect On Creating Model Uncertainty In Late Summer

Date

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Time

02:00 PM Europe/London

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Agenda

Atlantic hurricanes and their effect on creating model uncertainty in late summer & autumn.

Agenda:

  1. What are hurricanes and how do they form?
  2. Typical storm tracks in the Main Development Region (MDR) & US and effects on landfall locations
  3. Why are models poor at predicting strength and direction of tropical cyclones, even at short lead times?
  4. How tropical cyclones affect Western Europe.