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It's Back --The CoCoRaHS WxTalk Webinar!
Thursday, September 20, 2018:
Graupel and Hail -- What they are, how they form, and how they fall
Graupel and Hail will be the focus of our September CoCoRaHS "WxTalk Webinar”. It will take place on Thursday, Septmber 20th. Join us for this presentation by Andy Heymsfield, of NCAR in Boulder, CO.
Space is limited to 100 attendees, so register today! Those who aren’t able to attend will be able to watch this episode on-line the following day.
Title: Webinar #62 - CoCoRaHS WxTalk: Graupel and Hail -- What they are, how they form, and how they fall
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern, Noon Central, 11:00 AM Mountain, 10:00 AM Pacific
”This webinar will provide an overview of where these particles are most prevalent geographically. He will then discuss the basic physical properties of graupel (small hail) and hail, including their mass and sizes. Next will discuss field programs that have been mounted to characterize hail properties, from in-situ aircraft measurements and at the ground. This will lead into a discussion of how hail forms and attempts in the past to reduce hailfall. Also discussed will be how damage from hail has been tested in the laboratory and at the ground. Finally, Andy will conclude by discussing how fast these particles fall and with what energy they impact the ground (kinetic energy).
Reserve your seat now by registering here: HAIL
Stay tuned for our next CoCoRaHS WxTalk Webinar, "The National Weather Service: Building a Weather Ready Nation" by Paul Schlatter on Thursday, November 8th. Check the CoCoRaHS website for further details.