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Designed with researchers, students, and weather observers and enthusiasts in mind, Northeast Snowstorms takes the unique approach of utilizing conventional weather charts and detailed descriptions of individual storms to analyze storms in a multi-disciplinary way. The most comprehensive treatment of winter storms ever compiled, this two-volume set includes case studies, insights, historic photos, and 200 color figures. The extra material on the SpringerExtras server contains five days of complete reanalysis data at 35-km grid resolution and 64 vertical levels for each of the cases. This allows everyone from enthusiasts to students to conduct their own diagnostic studies or research projects for any of the 70 historic cases, from a PC or workstation environment. Instructors take note: this is an excellent tool for creating classroom exercises.
Climatology.- Synoptic Descriptions of Major Snowstorms: Snowfall and Surface Features.- Synoptic Descriptions of Major Snowstorms: Upper-Level Features.- “Near Miss” Events in the Urban Corridor.- Mesoscale Aspects of Northeast Snowfall Distribution.- Dynamical and Physical Processes Influencing Northeast Snowstorms.- Summary, Forecast Advances, and a Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale (NESIS).- Historical Overview.- Thirty-Two Selected Snowstorms: 1950–2003.- Descriptions of “Near Miss” Events.- Early and Late Season Snows.