sensitivity of model simulation/forecast to SST, it is not well quantified, particularly for Bay of For the November 2002 cyclone, in both the experiments the model is integrated from 10 November 2002 18 UTC to 12 November, 2002 12 UTC with the synthetic vortex inserted at the initial time. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. The analytical model and the linear version of the numerical model give essentially the same result: the linear β-effect causes a westward stretching of the model vortex but no significant movement of the vortex center. It also has simulated the diverging winds at lower levels associated with downdraft Incorporation of QuikSCAT winds radii larger than the RMW; 2) inside the RMW (i.e., in the eye) outflow In this study we are investigating the effect of inclusion of a synthetic vortex based on Rankine as well as on Holland wind profiles, using NCAR-AFWA bogussing scheme for the prediction of four tropical cyclones, which formed over the Bay of Bengal during November 2002 and 2005, December 2005 and over the Arabian Sea during May 2004, using the MM5 model. -from Authors. The results for the November 2002 cyclone with the Rankine vortex In the first experiment the model is integrated with a synthetic vortex based on Rankine wind profile while in the results whilst in the fourth, the Kain-Fritsch scheme performed better. Three different cumulus of a severe cyclonic storm that formed in the Bay of Bengal during November 2008 with the four-dimensional data assimilation cyclones. for the two experiments corresponding to all four cyclones. Results indicate that the enhancement of resolution produces higher intensity and does not influence the track of the storm. BHUBANESWAR: Cyclone Fani, the most severe cyclonic storm since the super cyclone of 1999, is set to hit shores of Odisha on Friday. the intensity of the storm with large error in its track and landfall position. High-impact mesoscale weather events, occurring in different parts of India in all seasons, lead to major weather- and climate-related The construction of the bogus vortex is described and the impact on forecasts during several tropical cyclone events is illustrated. period April–September of the years 1993 to 1996. Two numerical experiments are designed in this study for each of the above four cyclones. The simulated tracks of the storms are compared with the best-fit tracks. prevented it from making much of an impact on track prediction. 1999: Super-cyclone wreaks havoc in India. Finally, the variations of the RMW with A total of 85 numerical simulations were studied in detail, and the results signify that the model simulated better both the track and intensity by using a combination of Yonsei University (YSU) PBL and the old simplified Arakawa-Schubert CC scheme. In this paper, fore-cast of a severe precipitation event that occurred over the eastern central coast of Peninsular Malaysia was attempted using the state-of-the-art Florida State University (FSU) Global and Regional Spectral Models. resolution) is utilized. wind alone was used in the third simulation (FDDAQSCAT), the SSM/I wind alone in the fourth (FDDASSMI) and the conventional documents in a water proof cover and store it high click:-Satellite Images - Weather. Inflow in the middle troposphere is substantial from 4° outward. This increase in the low-level wind speeds enhanced the air–sea exchange processes and improved Higher net heating in the middle level enhances the divergence in the upper level and convergence in the lower level which in turn helps in the intensification of the system. All feedback and static-control assumptions tested here seem very important for the prediction of sea level pressure and rainfall. The two preceding articles, LeSeur and Hawkins (1963), and Hawkins and Rubsam (1968), dealt with a weak and a moderate hurricane (respectively). The performances of these two schemes are examined for four Case study of super cyclone in orissa 1999. Rainfall prediction is subjectively assessed based on the amount and spatial 1999- Orissa Cyclone. In general, it is noted that Numerical simulations are performed using the Penn State University/ National Center for Atmospheric Research Mesoscale Model (MM5) to study the impact of initial conditions on the super cyclone which hit the coast of Orissa in 1999. such types of events may require suitable treatments for their proper simulations through appropriate dynamics, physics and Orissa super cyclone of 1999 (Courtesy IMD) Super Cyclone 1999 . To validate the model performance, different meteorological parameters are derived from the model simulations over three different regions and are compared with the observed meteorological parameters. Over 900 people had perished then. Read More . is on the right side of the observed track. Some impact studies suggest that particular attention should be paid for the accuracy of the manual analyses and the performance of the hemispheric model (background model), because they have large effects on the track performance of this model. The super cyclone had also moved around the city like a whirlwind, devastating the tree cover, power infrastructure and houses, recalled residents while pointing out at the gusty wind , hissing sound that was frightening. In case of a weak cyclonic circulation simulation experiment, Advanced Regional Prediction System model is able to simulate Put your imp. Experiments were made with a single domain (1D), with two-way interactive nested two domains (2D), and with three domains (3D). Also, the tracks of the Total three sets of experiments are performed. conditions and availability of data on land–ocean surface processes are tuned separately to the specific event types, such The PBL group of experiments has less influence on the track forecast of the cyclone compared to CPS. For In the control run (CONTROL), the WRF model is initialized without coupling. these experiments. Be it Sandhakuda fishing village near Paradip or Kharinasi hamlet in Kendrapara, the scene is invariably the same. Hence either they go undetected in standard analyses Radius of Maximum Wind (RMW) in order to construct a five-level mean This northwestward movement increases with both the maximum wind speed and the radius of maximum wind in a constant-shape vortex. and a mass flux scheme). Providing reasonably accurate initial condition to tropical cyclone forecast models has always been a problem to numerical weather forecasters. The modeled eye is smaller than the observed eye and the modeled vortex is more upright than shown by the radar analysis. The modeled Guillermo followed the observed track with less than a 12-km track error at any time during the 6-h forecast period. The model simulation produces the development of the Orissa Super Cyclone with attained central sea level pressure of 954 hPa and maximum wind of 58 msec-1. The 1999 Odisha cyclone, also known as Cyclone 05B, and Paradwip cyclone, was the deadliest tropical cyclone in the Indian Ocean since the 1991 Bangladesh cyclone, and deadliest Indian storm since 1971. The improvements noticed can be attributed due to relatively better quality data that was specified for the initial mean position error (about 48 km) during 2013. The sensitivity of parameterized convection in these models on precipitation forecast skill is studied using two different parameterization schemes for cumulus convection (the Relaxed Arakawa-Schubert scheme and the modified Kuo scheme). Citation: Bhaskar Rao, D. V., D. Hari Prasad, and D. Srinivas (2009), Impact of horizontal resolution and the advantages of the nested domains approach in the prediction of tropical cyclone intensification and movement. Patra et al. Puri was cut off from the rest of the world. The nested 2D and 3D experiments produce cyclone track closely agreeing with the observations, while the 1D experiments show the deviation of the track toward north and northeast after 48 h, thus with increasing errors. All severe land-falling Bay of Bengal cyclones during the five-year period 1995–1999 are simulated to evaluate the performance of the modeling system in this basin. The effect of initial conditions on the simulation of the super cyclone of Orissa was explored by. examine the impact from microphysics parameterization schemes (MPS). over the tropical land surface at local scales. Synthetic temperature and humidity data are also The SEE ALSO . number of case studies for a good statistical sample, the present study is extended for three additional cyclones over the Life cycle of this su­ per cyclonic storm from its genesis to landfall is studied using IRS-P4 satellite derived parameters over the oceanic region. The results for the November 2002 cyclone with the Rankine vortex showed greater vertical wind speed as compared to the Holland vortex. Winds derived from QSCAT, SSM/I, MSMR and METEOSAT-5 satellites are used in preparation of high-resolution reanalysis (HRR) and improving model initial condition. e9.size = "300x250,300x600,160x600"; The statistical results corresponding to the average of all the four cyclones are at only a slight Yet, differences are appreciably marked. presented. The temperature, height, moisture, wind and vertical motion fields are analyzed for various storm regions. The Betts-Miller-Janjic convection scheme produced in the rain water formation in the simulated storm when compared to others within the group. Satellite image of cyclone Phailin at 5.30 p.m. on October 12. In order to provide an adequate number of case studies for a good statistical sample, the present study is extended for three additional cyclones over the Indian region. two vortices are used in the sensitivity studies to simulate two cyclones, one of May 1979 and the other of August 1979. An example of an explosive cyclone simulation is presented, demonstrating the capability of the nonhydrostatic model to reproduce the hydrostatic model results at large scales. Simply super cyclones are tropical storms, where wind speeds cross 220kmph (137mph). “The 1999 Odisha super cyclone has taught us the lesson not to ignore weather warning. The categorical forecast skill also reveals that although the accuracy of the model is high for 2002, but the probability of detection of extreme events are higher for 1997. A spectral decomposition further reveals that (i) large differences between the model simulation and radar analysis of the asymmetric features are mostly caused by azimuthal phase errors; (ii) the wavenumber 1 component dominates the asymmetric features and remains stationary within the inner core region, as is also observed by airborne Doppler radar; and (iii) although being significantly different from radar analysis, the azimuthal phase of the wavenumber 1 component of modeled reflectivity does not vary greatly with time as the radar data suggest. A new scheme has been developed which addresses two major deficiencies of the old scheme; the representation of the radial structure of winds and the asymmetry of the TC vortex. Whenever there is forecast of depression and stormy weather, seagoing fishermen have been staying away from fishing voyage. winds occur further away from the storm center than at low latitudes. In addition, the effect of cumulus parameterization schemes at different resolution (27 and 9 km) on the cyclone track and intensity is reported. Juliancolton Tropical Cyclone 01:56, 20 June 2008 (UTC) Actually, I have a solution. was found to increase the air–sea heat fluxes over the cyclonic region, which resulted in the improved It appears that combined effect of midlatitude trough interaction, strength of the anticyclone (TPW) to investigate their individual impact on cyclone intensity and track. Improvement in model initial condition has resulted in consistent and significant improvement (35% in average) in prediction of the track of the storm. Tropical cyclone track prediction by a high resolution limited area model using synthetic observation. People of the state capital Bhubaneswar as well as the coastal villages of Puri, Jagatsinghpur, Cuttack and Kendrapara districts who faced the wrath of the extremely severe Cyclone Fani on Friday were drawing comparisons with the devastation caused by the 1999 Odisha Super Cyclone. The advanced microwave sounding unit (AMSU), in addition to providing very valuable data over non-precipitating cloudy regions, can provide very high horizontal resolution of the temperature and humidity soundings. them reasonably well. derived) toward 5-day simulation of the storm using mesoscale model MM5. to land surface changes such as the Tibetan snow depth, a sensitivity study has also been conducted. has resulted in improvements in the simulation of wind asymmetries, warm temperature anomalies, stronger vertical velocity Bound with page 144 missing. Cyclone Fani is in many ways reminiscent of the devastating super-cyclone that lashed Odisha twenty years back – in 1999. The present study comprises two major components. phase. 1] The prediction of the intensification and movement of the Orissa Super Cyclone (OSC-1999) was studied using the National Center for Atmospheric Research MM5 mesoscale atmospheric model. occur within the eye wall cloud area; 8) inner core winds are shown to This is probably because of the better representation of large-scale monsoon features, such as a monsoon trough in the HY36 and local-scale convective activities in the NH12. It is found that in case of idealized simulation of thunderstorm, The analysis of upper air circulations and the derived parameters, including statistical tests, confirm that the RegCM4.6 with non-hydrostatics is useful for orographic regions, hydrostatic at a coarse resolution and non-hydrostatic at a finer resolution and could be suitable for plain regions. 0600 UTC VIS images from 26-29 October 1999 showing development of Orissa Super TC. The possible reason attributed for this intensification is the combined effect of reduction in cooling tendencies within the Indian region. We are tuned to hourly radio updates of AIR Cuttack. The storm circulation has very broad horizontal extent and appears to conform to a constant scale regardless of inner core intensity. India for a clear sky day (16 May 1997) are used to assess the performance of the atmospheric boundary-layer (ABL) and land- The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the performance of the new forecasting system on the analysis and forecasting of easterly waves and their associated tropical storms over Africa and the tropical Atlantic. 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The 1999 Super Cyclone possesses a ghastly record when it comes to casualty figures. SUPER CYCLONE ORISSA ,ANDHRA People living in the southern eastern coastal areas should be ready to brace the oncoming storm. This asymmetry plays an important role in the vortex motion. Verification of a High-Resolution Model Forecast Using Airborne Doppler Radar Analysis during the Ra... Impact of sea surface temperature in modulating movement and intensity of tropical cyclones. The 1999 Orissa cyclone, also known as Cyclone 05B, and Paradip cyclone, was the deadliest tropical cyclone in the Indian Ocean since the 1991 Bangladesh cyclone, and deadliest Indian storm since 1971.The Category Five storm made landfall just weeks after a category 4 storm hit the same general area. occur at and just outside the RMW; 5) the largest convergence occurs in The heavy rainfall regions are well simulated in the high-compared with the coarse-resolution simulations, with the maximum in the NH12. A control run is presented, which shows good agreement with observations in many aspects. cyclones simulated with Rankine vortex are found to be on the left side of the observed track while that of Holland’s vortex The velocity of the wind was less than the super cyclone, but the destruction in terms of tree cover, electricity poles and lines, telephone towers and houses matched. Indian summer monsoon circulation including the monsoon rainfall has been simulated with the regional climate model (RegCM3) for two different years associating an ENSO and a drought year. (2005 studied the sensitivity of cloud microphysical processes on the intensity of hurricane Charley-2004. introduced to make the cyclones more realistic. and soil characteristics, the NSM reproduced a realistic surface energy balance and near-surface temperature. strongest; 4) the largest D-value and adjusted temperature gradients enhances by 17 m s −1 with the introduction of the synthetic vortex. 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