[Wrf-users] Query regarding multiple simultaneous depressions
preeti at csa.iisc.ernet.in
Thu May 20 09:05:52 MDT 2010
Thank you for the response.
In WRF, the vortex following cyclone-tracking feature exists only for
well-developed cyclones. I have three questions.
1. What is the criteria to track the secondary cyclones that you
mention? Do they have a moving 'eye' like in a cyclone?
2. During which part of the year do these depressions occur in the
3. What variables in the wrfout* files would show that there are
multiple depressions in a region?
Thanks in advance
> Date: Mon, 17 May 2010 16:20:18 +0100
> From: "Min Zhu" <min.zhu at res-ltd.com>
> Subject: Re: [Wrf-users] Query regarding multiple simultaneous
> To: "Preeti" <preeti at csa.iisc.ernet.in>, <wrf-users at ucar.edu>
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> I think it is possible that a huge depression area exists involving main
> cyclone and several secondary cyclones.
> Min Zhu
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> Behalf Of Preeti
> Sent: 17 May 2010 10:38
> To: wrf-users at ucar.edu
> Subject: [Wrf-users] Query regarding multiple simultaneous depressions
> I have a question about weather phenomenon.
> Is the phenomenon of multiple depressions common in any part of the
> globe? Can multiple depressions occur within an area of, say, 50
> million sq km simultaneously?
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