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A statistical analysis of Western Pacific tropical cyclone forecast errors

by Donald Stevens Nicklin

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

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  • Meteorology

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    tence to forecast tropical cyclone wind radii through 5 days. Separate versions of the model are created for the Atlantic, east Pacific, and western North Pacific by statistically fitting a modified Rankine vortex, which is generalized to allow wavenumber-1 asymmetries, to observed values of tropical cyclone wind radii as reported by NHC and JTWC. Elsberry, R., Carr III, L.: Consensus of dynamical tropical cyclone track forecasts-Errors versus spread. Monthly Weather Review , – () CrossRef Google Scholar Cited by: 3.

      The 6-yr best-track data of tropical cyclones (TCs) in the western North Pacific are used to study the statistical features of TC size and radial wind profile. A TC size is defined as the azimuthal mean radius of kt surface wind. On average, the TCs in the western North Pacific have a size of km, and the size is larger for stronger by: that the number of rapid intensification (RI) tropical cyclone events in the western North Pacific increased from to To clarify whether this increase is due to climatological changes or qualitative changes in the data, the long-term trend of RI events in JMA operational Dvorak data, which have been used as the first.

    THE EFFECTS OF EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC TROPICAL CYCLONES ON THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES Walter Smith Salt Lake City, Utah August 47 Statistical Analysis as a Flood Routing Tool. Robert J. C. Burnash, December (PB) 89 Objective Forecast Precipitation over the Western Region of the United States. JuliaN. Statistical ensemble prediction of the tropical cyclone activity over the western North Pacific H. Joe Kwon,1 Woo-Jeong Lee,1 Seong-Hee Won,1 and Eun-Jeong Cha2 Received 10 October ; revised 6 November ; accepted 19 November ; published 20 December [1] This paper presents a statistical model to forecast seasonal tropical Cited by:


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A statistical analysis of Western Pacific tropical cyclone forecast errors by Donald Stevens Nicklin Download PDF EPUB FB2

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When the accuracies of the JTWC’s track forecasts were used as the referencing standard [see Table 6–1 in Sopko and Falvey ()], the comparative results indicated the accuracies of the, and h forecasts during the period –14 were comparable to the h forecast lead time during the period –, the h forecast lead time during the period –, Cited by: 5.

smaller forecast errors than WPCLPR are considered to have skill. At the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) in Guam, the track errors of each of the objective tech-niques is summarized in their annual Tropical Cyclone Report (e.g., JTWC ).

One of the surprising sta-tistics is that the JT92, which is a statistical-dynamical. improvement in the forecast accuracy using a statistical correction approach.

In this study, a dataset is constructed from annual statis- - Typhoon Center issuing TC advisories in the Western North Pacific (WNP) within the framework of the World Weather Watch Errors in Tropical Cyclone Intensity Forecast by RSMC TokyoCited by: 8.

A new statistical model for western North Pacific Ocean tropical cyclone genesis and tracks is developed and applied to estimate regionally resolved tropical cyclone landfall rates along the coasts of the Asian mainland, Japan, and the by: A Statistical Analysis of Tropical Cyclone Intensity.

Cumulative distribution functions (CDFs) of tropical cyclone wind speeds are calculated using best track data from the North Atlantic and western North Pacific basins. [1] A dynamical‐statistical forecast model for the annual tropical cyclones over the western North Pacific is developed based on the empirical relationship between the actual annual number of tropical cyclones (ANTCs) and the dynamical predictions of large‐scale variables by the Climate Forecast System version 2 of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP).

On interannual time. This technique, the Statistical Typhoon Intensity Prediction Scheme or STIPS, makes use of yr of NOGAPS analyses and tropical cyclone best tracks in a “perfect prog” developmental framework. STIPS has been implemented into operations at JTWC where it uses forecast tracks and forecast fields from NOGAPS to make intensity by: That effort and a thrust to perform postseason analysis of gale-force wind radii for the “best tracks” (the quality controlled and documented tropical cyclone track and intensity estimates released after the season) have prompted requirements for new guidance to address the challenges of by: 1.

Western Pacific Tropical Analysis: J Three systems are currently active across the Tropical Western Pacific, although two are currently inland. As it has done for over a week now, the long standing Typhoon Noru continues to spin over the Western Pacific waters, now meandering near the transition waters between the tropics and.

Annual average official track errors for eastern North Pacific basin tropical cyclones for the period (pdf) Annual average official track errors for eastern North Pacific basin tropical cyclones for the periodwith least-squares trend lines superimposed.

narr/ref a is a tropical cyclone warning. ref b is a tropical cyclone formation alert.// rmks/ 1. western north pacific area ( to malay peninsula): a.

tropical cyclone summary: (1) at z, tropical depression 06w (six) was located near n e. maximum sustained surface winds were estimated at 30 knots gusting to 40 Size: 1MB. Yamaguchi and Koide () Tropical Cyclone Genesis Guidance Using the Early Stage Dvorak Analysis and Global Ensembles Weather And Forecasting Genesis forecasts Multi-model ensemble TC forecasting a) Cumulative relative frequency distribution of track forecastsFile Size: 2MB.

GUPTA: TROPICAL CYCLONE TRACK PREDICTION TECHNIQUES Fig. National Hurricane Centre’s annual average track forecast errors over North Atlantic region for the period influence Tropical Cyclone Model (OTCM) and the Nested Tropical Cyclone Model (NTCM) by the U.S.

ABSTRACT (maximum words) A statistical post-processing technique is developed and tested to reduce the Navy global model (NOGAPS) track forecast errors for western North Pacific tropical cyclones during A western North Pacific tropical cyclone (TC) intensity prediction scheme (WIPS) is developed based on TC samples from to using the stepwise regression technique, with the western North.

Introduction. Tropical cyclones (TCs) can produce strong winds, heavy rainfall and storm surge, causing considerable damage and loss of life, and thus are among the most destructive and costliest weather systems. the western North Pacific (WNP) is the basin with the most frequent TC activity in the world, with average of 26 TCs per year since Cited by: The Joint Typhoon Warning Center’s (JTWC) forecast improvement goals include reducing kt wind radii forecast errors, so accurate real-time estimates and post-season analysis of the kt wind.

This study evaluates the potential use of the regional climate model version 3 (RegCM3) driven by (1) the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) Climate Forecast System Reanalysis (CFSR) data during – and (2) the NCEP Climate Forecast System Version 2 (CFS2) hindcast data during – in forecasting Western North Pacific (WNP) tropical cyclone Cited by:   Cluster analysis has been performed on the tracks of 51 Tropical Cyclones (TCs) that made landfall on the Korean Peninsula (KP) for the period of – The classification technique of the landfalling tracks used in this study was the fuzzy clustering method (FCM) and the resultant silhouette coefficient suggested four clusters as an optimal cluster by: 8.

Forecast errors and uncertainty of the future tropical cyclone center location are accounted for by the track forecast cone. The solid white area denotes the uncertainty for days The white stippled area shows the uncertainty for days 4 and 5. On average, the center of the tropical cyclone will remain inside the cone 60%–70% of the time.Based on an analysis of year (–) data, the influence of El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) events on tropical cyclone (TC) activity is examined over the western North Pacific (WNP).Estimating Gale Wind Radii (R34) Satellite-based ASCAT objective fixes Dvorak-based wind radii Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Multi-platform analysis Sounder based (e.g., AMSU) 6-h NWP model forecasts HWRF GFS GFDL (now defunct!) SMAP pass for Marcus (SH) Mar 22 12Z GFS 6-h forecast kt kt kt.