An Update to the Warm-Season Convective Wind Climatology of KSC/CCAFS
- Lupo, Kevin
- August 07, 2012.
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- Total of 1100 convective events in the 17-year warm-season climatology at KSC/CCAFS. July and August typically are the peak of convective events, May being the minimum. Warning and non-warning level convective winds are more likely to occur in the late afternoon (1900-2000Z). Southwesterly flow regimes and wind directions produce the strongest winds. Storms moving from southwesterly direction tend to produce more warning level winds than those moving from the northerly and easterly directions.
- Document ID: 20120015522.
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