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Imbuing NASA Technologies into the NWS Weather Forecast Process Dr. Gary Jedlovec, NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center Presentation Content: SPoRT Program Data scattering/show AWIPS II applications Web mapping administrations Local determining progresses Cloud administrations NU-WRF UAVs and instruments for catastrophes and tropical climate

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gauge issues information, models Impact, appraisal preparing group teammates end clients Research Transition NASA's Short-term Prediction Research and Transition (SPoRT) Project SPoRT is centered around move of extraordinary perceptions and research abilities to the operational climate group, to enhance 0-48 hour figures on the local and neighborhood scale Activities started in 2002, with first NASA items in AWIPS in Feb 2003 Close coordinated efforts with NWS and chose WFOs Match conjecture issues to capacities/information, exhibit in a "proving ground", move to operational framework, and give client preparing Feedback from end client on utility of NASA items End client contribution all through the whole procedure Operational End Users move groups associates end clients Testbed SPoRT transitioning exceptional NASA information and research advances

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SPoRT Partners and Collaborators Partners Receiving Data SPoRT Partner WFOs NWS Regional HQs Direct Broadcast destinations Partner with NOAA/OST, NESDIS, NWS Regions, Universities and WFOs Collaborate with WFOs and different National Centers inside and out joint efforts with 14 WFOs, give a suite of more than 30 one of a kind items, customary connections and item evaluations Close coordinated efforts with NWS and chose WFOs Science Advisory Committee recommend SPoRT consider extension to different districts – supported by NWS Science Services Division Chiefs key, extend centered, include a couple of new WFOs in every Region case – lake impact precipitation forms utilizing MODIS/AMSR-E Great Lakes water temperatures in estimate models Use of NASA research information in the operational environment has quick effect on NOAA mission and gets ready forecasters for utilization of comparative information/items from future NOAA operational estimations/items – JPSS, GOES-R transitioning remarkable NASA information and research innovations

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transitioning one of a kind NASA information and research advances SPoRT Product Suite/NWS Forecast Challenges Forecast Challenges timing and area of precipitation and serious climate occasions nearby temperatures and dampness varieties location and checking of haze, smoke, fires seaside climate forms improvement/development of seaward precipitation forms and tropical frameworks crevice filler in information void areas – air waterways of dampness Product Suite Satellite – MODIS, AMSR-E, GOES high determination symbolism (vis, IR, WV) unearthly distinction and RGB composites dampness and cloud items rain rate, mixed TPW and high resol. SSTs arrive surface items Remote Sensing Total lightning perceptions Special examination Local mesonet information NASA Land Information System

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Operational Uses of Total Lightning Data transitioning novel NASA information and research innovations Relevance to NWS Forecasters Demonstrating utilization of ground-based aggregate lightning systems ahead of time of future NOAA operational capacities (GOES-R GLM) Most ground based frameworks don't viably recognize add up to lighting Pseudo GLM Flash Extent LMA Source Densities Unique NASA Contributions create and send a few ground-based aggregate lightning systems consolidation of aggregate lightning information inside AWIPS/AWIPS 2 for overlay with customary radar and different investigations create preparing and item evaluation make an interpretation of aggregate lightning patterns into serious climate forerunners working with NOAA GOES-R Proving Ground to exhibit future abilities from space

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transitioning extraordinary NASA information and research advances Sea/Lake Surface Temperature Composites NOAA/GLERL Ice Mask Relevance to climate anticipating and beach front applications give high determination detail to waterfront and marine gauges Unique SPoRT/NASA Contributions high determination (1km) MODIS and AMSR-E composites – 4x every day gives scope all through North America and the tropics, delineates seaside and Gulf Stream inclinations one of a kind application over the Great Lakes that incorporates lake ice investigations from the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL) Forecast affect cloud and precipitation forms in touchy to SST changes and spatial varieties in seaside areas lake impact precipitation waterfront climate including hurricane affect

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transitioning interesting NASA information and research advances Future Direction Continue to show utility of flow and future NASA perceptions Decision emotionally supportive networks AWIPS/AWIPS2 Google Earth JPSS (NPP/NPOESS) VIIRS and CrIMSS information and items to WFOs GOES-R ABI and GLM applications Expand accomplices and end clients Work all the more cooperatively with territorial focuses and other proving grounds Expand to WFOs in different districts

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Presentation Content: SPoRT Program Data dispersal/show AWIPS II applications Web mapping administrations Local estimating propels Cloud administrations NU-WRF UAVs and instruments for debacles and tropical climate Infusing NASA Technologies into the NWS Weather Forecast Process Visible with Fire and Smoke Detections

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EDEX Plug-ins CAVE Plug-ins Standard Ingest SBN, NOAAPort Other AWIPS II Database GINI GRiB2 Roam/zoom SPoRT Data Enhanced Displays RGB symbolism 3D shows Enhanced Ingest McIDAS AREA Point information Shape records AWIPS/AWIPS II One of the keys to fruitful move is the accessibility of information/items in client choice emotionally supportive networks – AWIPS/AWIPS II SPoRT has created strategies to ingest one of a kind NASA information into AWIPS and imparted these capacities to group Developing remarkable modules for AWIPS II environment Ingest of exceptional research information into database, protecting most elevated determination and accuracy of the information (AWIPS – 8 bit; AWIPS II – 16 bit information stockpiling) Enhanced representation – RGB station composites, 3D shows, new item reconciliation Partnered with private division to investigate coordinated effort devices which use KML information structures in Google Earth

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Web Mapping Services Large information volumes from high determination multispectral/multi-transient satellites (JPSS, GOES-R) and restricted information transfer speed into WFOs and some National Centers Limits access to one of a kind information progressively or scope areas All WFOs needn't bother with same information streams NASA SBIR with GST to show use of web mapping administrations forecasters can start a demand to hunt one of a kind high determination information appropriate to ebb and flow climate circumstance information conveyed naturally into AWIPS II Forecaster perspective: "GOES information appears to show mist creating over TN Valley. Can VIIRS information better analyze this?" Forecaster: Initiates seek summon looking to accessible WMS for information WMS subsets and organizations information for AWIPS Initiate secure exchange to LDM for ingest into AWIPS II WMS Schematic for VIIRS Data on NPP/JPSS

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Presentation Content: SPoRT Program Data spread/show AWIPS II applications Web mapping administrations Local anticipating progresses Cloud administrations NU-WRF UAVs and instruments for fiascos and tropical climate Infusing NASA Technologies into the NWS Weather Forecast Process

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NASA Cloud Service Capability to give quickly deployable foundation (CPUs, memory, and so forth.) to address inquire about and close continuous Earth science needs Networked offices at GSFC and Ames (and different Centers later on) Resources for information stockpiling and scattering, rehashed execution of complex calculations and models Resources could be utilized for constant dispersal of NASA satellite information to the operational climate group (could bolster WMS for scattering to AWIPS II) Used to run various designs of complex models, (for example, NU-WRF) exhibiting effect of NASA information on territorial and neighborhood climate conjectures figures Data Dissemination Schematic for Large Data Sets

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NASA Unified Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model MSFC Collaborators with GSFC (PI: Christa Peters-Lidard) Annual Aerosol-Rainfall Monsoon Cycle over India NASA Unified-WRF (NU-WRF) Model Enable better utilization of NASA high-determination satellite information for transient climate examine Reduce excess in major WRF improvement Prolong the serviceable life expectancy of the WRF NU-WRF Components Based on Advanced Research WRF dynamical center NASA Components and Contributions GSFC microphysics and short/longwave radiation material science GSFC Chemistry Aerosol Radiation and Transport physical science Satellite Data Simulator Unit Land Information System (LIS) NSSL/SPoRT serious convection and lightning diagnostics Co-fluctuation of engrossing pressurized canned products and precipitation over Indian subcontinent recommends that vaporizers may connect with mists and rain in this district. Science questions – Operational effects Hurricane/tropical storm recreations with vaporizers/clean Coupled land surface/pressurized canned products/satellite digestion tests California substantial snow and extreme climate cases in the U.S.

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Presentation Content: SPoRT Program Data spread/show AWIPS II applications Web mapping administrations Local determining progresses Cloud administrations NU-WRF UAVs and instruments for calamities and tropical climate Infusing NASA Technologies into the NWS Weather Forecast Process

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Hurricane Imaging Radiometer (HIRAD) Joint innovation advancement between NASA/MSFC, NOAA/HRD, and University Community (Michigan, Central Florida, UAHuntsville) Microwave radiometer intended to quantify solid sea surface winds, rain rate and SSTs Extends estimations of the Stepped Frequency Microwave Radiometer (SFMR) to wide swath with point by point spatial determination C-band – 4,5,6,6.6 GHz Rea

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