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A new JAMC study discusses a climatology-based forecast tool that will assist forecasters in more accurately predicting tides that cause numerous inundations per year in the Charleston area.
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A recent study in Earth Interactions explores lightning megaflashes using measurements from the GOES-16 Geostationary Lightning Mapper along with Earth Networks Global Lightning Network observations to better understand the hazards posed by these megaflashes.
Observations taken in flight by commercial aircraft over a 1-yr period are evaluated against operational National Weather Service radiosondes to characterize the performance of these systems in similar environments in a recent article in JAMC.
A new global study in JHM examines landfalling TCs from 2010 to 2019 to identify those characteristics that influence whether a storm has an increased flood hazard to help with flood early warning.