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Neil Lareau
Prof. of Atmos Sci. . Mountain WX, Wildfire Plumes, Backcountry Skiing, Frontcountry Dadding. Formerly:
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NWS Spokane 6h
This video (courtesy of Grant County Fire District 13) of the yesterday is nuts! Look at that ! Original here:
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Rob Mayeda 4h
When we say variable winds and wind shifts near the fire (and local fire induced wind patterns) ... these timelapsed smoke plumes show the story via
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Neil Lareau Jul 13
Ash/smoke plume from the near now showing up on the KRGX radar
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Neil Lareau Jul 12
Replying to @UW_AOS @DrAngelaRowe
Congratulations Prof. Rowe!
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Neil Lareau Jul 9
The ember shower and spotting are so well illustrated in this!
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Neil Lareau Jul 3
The inflow of "coastal" air to fill the thermal low set up the near surface wind shear that was a likely source for the initial rotation that was then radically stretched by fire and pyroCB processes.
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Neil Lareau Jun 28
Great example of a smoke induced density current emanating from beneath the primary plume!
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Neil Lareau Jun 24
Replying to @dr_beps
Metric time was attempted during the the French Revolution!
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Neil Lareau Jun 19
Replying to @gollnerfire
Haha, a few months ago I tried to describe the structure of that bent over plume to my little guy!
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SJSU FireWeatherLab Jun 19
FASMEE field experiment underway in the Fishlake National Forest.
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SJSU FireWeatherLab Jun 19
Now that is a prescribed fire! Torching and crown fire, stand replacement.
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Neil Lareau Jun 18
Notable example of counter rotating vortices in a bent over plume.
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Rob's Obs Jun 18
Wow! Large wildfire with stunning pyrocumulus cloud near La Crete in northern AB late this afternoon. Mandatory evacuation ordered for La Crete..
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Neil Lareau Jun 13
Replying to @tehamacospotter
"Finite volume cubed" which describes the grid elements of the model:
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AMS Mountain Meteorology Committee Jun 12
The AMS Mountain Meteorology Committee is seeking 2 new student members. Interested graduate students should email committee chair Justin Minder (jminder@albany.edu) with a CV and short (1 paragraph) statement of interest by Aug 15th. Please also reach out with any questions.
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NWS Reno Jun 9
📣 Very cool phenomena alert! 📣 A weather spotter caught these rare noctilucent clouds from Cold Springs, NV this evening. These clouds occur at a height of 50 mi above the earth. You can learn more about them here: Photo Credit: Catherine Beach
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Neil Lareau Jun 10
These were visible from Tahoe/Reno last night as well! Rare and beautiful sight!
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Neil Lareau Jun 10
Replying to @NWSMedford
Visible in Tahoe/Reno last night too! Great photos!
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Neil Lareau Jun 7
Replying to @pyrogeog @Weather_West
Cemeteries and golf courses too!
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Neil Lareau Jun 3
Fascinating and stunning viz! Is there something dynamical going on later in the evolution that reduces the number of vortex tubes ingested into the core?
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