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Use of NUCAPS Soundings in Mesoanalysis on a Conditional Severe Risk Day

The Use of Lightning and the NOAA/CIMSS ProbSevere Model in Tornado Detection Over the Mid-Atlantic

MIMIC-TPW for Winter Applications

GOES-East Cloud Top Signatures of Weakly Forced Snow Events

The Great Lakes Mesovortex of December 30-31, 2017. Diagnosing the Evolution through Satellite Imagery and Local Modeling.

Forecasting and Communications Challenges Associated with the 25 February 2020 Narrow Heavy Snow Band in Central Kansas

The Importance of Mesoanalysis in the WFO: May 22nd 2020 Tornadoes

Thunderstorms, Smoke, and Fire

Incorporating GOES Products into Short Fuse Hydrologic Warning Decisions

Satellite Observations of an Earlier-than-Forecast, Explosive Convective Initiation

Use of low-level water vapor imagery in diagnosing the elevated mixed layer

Moving Toward Situational Awareness with the GLM

Utilizing GLM in the Severe Warning Process

The 18 December 2019 NYC Snow Squall Event

From a Pyrocumulus to a Severe Thunderstorm: An Environmental Analysis of an Anomalous Southern Plains Wildfire

Comparison of Impacts between the 1997 and 2018 Ohio River Floods in Southwestern Indiana

Use of GOES-East Composite RGB Imagery and GLM Data in the Ohio Valley

Modifying RGB Imagery on the Fly in AWIPS

Issuing Warnings with No Radar

Superior, WI Husky Refinery Explosion NWS Duluth Response

Nocturnal Wildfire Smoke Tracking using GOES-16

The Above Anvil Cirrus Plume: An Important Indicator of a Severe Storm in Visible and IR Imagery

New Applications of GOES-17 Imagery in Volcanic Plume Detection for the VAAC/Alaska Region

Applications of GOES-17 Data in Fog Forecasting for Anchorage, AK

GOES-16 Identification of Blowing Snow

A GOES-16 Perspective on a Fatal Snow Squall Event

Erie PA Lake-Effect Snow event

Utilizing Radar and Satellite to Provide Meaningful Lightning Initiation and Cessation Information for Effective Decision-making

Satellite Training and Operations Resource (STOR)

Wildland Fire Notifications for Impact-Based Decision Support Services in Oklahoma

Day Cloud Phase Distinction RGB Composite: Gaining Situational Awareness for DSS

Expanding DSS in Central California by Using GOES-16/17 for Fire and Fog Identification

Interesting GOES-16 Observations: The Sea Breeze, and Wildfires

Heavy Snow Event in North Carolina of 17 January 2018

A First Look at GLM in AWIPS

Convective Initiation

Creating Color Tables in AWIPS

GOES-16 new capabilities for the tropical forecasting and analysis at NHC/TAFB

Utilizing GOES-16 Data in the Desert Southwest

North Bay Wildfires of October 2017

Experimental GOES-16 Applications for a Flooding Event in the Northeastern U.S.

Dispelling the myth of Random Convection

GOES-16 applications for convection over the southeast US

Operational Observations from the GLM and LMA

GOES-16 Convective Strategies

NHC discussion of GOES-16 Imagery for Current Tropical Cyclone Activity

Fog / low cloud / moisture gradient applications of the Nighttime Microphysics RGB product

Smoke and Dust applications of the Geocolor product

Memphis Derecho of 27 May 2017

Blowing Dust in Montana

GOES-16 Water Vapor bands orographic applications

Hail Swaths observed with GOES-16

GOES-16 Split Window Difference Product