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Snow Data and Snowmelt Issues. Basis of presentations Wednesday afternoon and all day Thursday. Snow Data and Snowmelt Issues. How to maximize SWE data available to forecasters Collection of accurate SWE data Use of wind shields on NWS precipitation gauges MAT computational scheme in NWSRFS

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Snow data and snowmelt issues

Snow Data and Snowmelt Issues

Basis of presentations Wednesday afternoon and all day Thursday


Snow data and snowmelt issues1
Snow Data and Snowmelt Issues

  • How to maximize SWE data available to forecasters

  • Collection of accurate SWE data

  • Use of wind shields on NWS precipitation gauges

  • MAT computational scheme in NWSRFS

  • Lack of high elevation temperature data

  • Forecasting diurnal fluctuation in flow/stage+

  • Use of snow depth observations in NWSRFS

  • Use of SNODAS information in NWSRFS

  • Use of SNODAS output as a snowmelt hazard alert tool

  • Limitations of SNOW-17 to account for variability in energy balance

  • IFP displays of more snow parameters



Snow data and snowmelt issues2
Snow Data and Snowmelt Issues

  • How to maximize SWE data available to forecasters

  • Collection of accurate SWE data

  • Use of wind shields on NWS precipitation gauges

  • MAT computational scheme in NWSRFS

  • Lack of high elevation temperature data

  • Forecasting diurnal fluctuation in flow/stage+

  • Use of snow depth observations in NWSRFS

  • Use of SNODAS information in NWSRFS

  • Use of SNODAS output as a snowmelt hazard alert tool

  • Limitations of SNOW-17 to account for variability in energy balance

  • IFP displays of more snow parameters


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