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FORTRAN code and input files for the Markowski “toy model” version of CM1 (also known as the Bryan Cloud Model)
Markowski, P.M., and Y. P. Richardson, 2017: Large sensitivity of near-surface vertical vorticity development to heat sink location in idealized simulations of supercell-like storms. J. Atmos. Sci., 144, 1095–1104.
Markowski, P.M., 2016: An idealized numerical simulation investigation of the effects of surface drag on the development of near-surface vertical vorticity in supercell thunderstorms. J. Atmos. Sci., 143, 4349–4385.
Dual-Doppler wind syntheses and edited radar sweep files for the 5 June 2009 tornadic supercell intercepted by VORTEX2
Markowski, P., Y. Richardson, J. Marquis, J. Wurman, K. Kosiba, P. Robinson, D. Dowell, E. Rasmussen, and R. Davies-Jones, 2012: The pretornadic phase of the Goshen County, Wyoming, supercell of 5 June 2009 intercepted by VORTEX2. Part I: Evolution of kinematic and surface thermodynamic fields. Mon. Wea. Rev., 140, 2887–2915.
Markowski, P., Y. Richardson, J. Marquis, R. Davies-Jones, J. Wurman, K. Kosiba, P. Robinson, E. Rasmussen, and D. Dowell, 2012: The pretornadic phase of the Goshen County, Wyoming, supercell of 5 June 2009 intercepted by VORTEX2. Part II: Intensification of low-level rotation. Mon. Wea. Rev., 140, 2916–2938.
Dual-Doppler wind syntheses and edited radar sweep files for the 10 June 2010 tornadic and nontornadic supercells intercepted by VORTEX2
Klees, A., Y. Richardson, P. Markowski, J. Wurman, K. Kosiba, and C. Weiss, 2016: Comparison of the tornadic and nontornadic supercells intercepted by VORTEX2 on 10 June 2010. Mon. Wea. Rev., 144, 3201–3231.
Dual-Doppler wind syntheses, edited radar sweep files, and software for the 12 May 2010 tornadic supercell intercepted by VORTEX2 near Clinton, OK
Supercell thunderstorm proximity soundings from the Rapid Update Cycle (RUC) used in the Markowski et al. (2003) storm environment study
Markowski, P. M., C. Hannon, J. Frame, E. Lancaster, A. Pietrycha, R. Edwards, and R. Thompson, 2003: Characteristics of vertical wind profiles near supercells obtained from the Rapid Update Cycle. Wea. Forecasting, 18, 1262–1272.
Markowski, P. M., J. M. Straka, and E. N. Rasmussen, 2002: Direct surface thermodynamic observations within the rear-flank downdrafts of nontornadic and tornadic supercells. Mon. Wea. Rev., 130, 1692–1721.
Thermodynamic observations in supercell storms obtained from pseudo-Lagrangian drifters in spring 2017
Markowski, P. M., Y. P. Richardson, S. J. Richardson, and A. Petersson, 2018: Aboveground thermodynamic observations in convective storms from balloonborne probes acting as pseudo-Lagrangian drifters. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 99, 711–724.
Nontornadic supercell thunderstorms observed by the Doppler-On-Wheels radars analyzed in the Markowski et al. (2011) study
Markowski, P. M., M. Majcen, Y. P. Richardson, J. Marquis, and J. Wurman, 2011: Characteristics of the wind field in three nontornadic low-level mesocyclones observed by the Doppler On Wheels radars. E. Journal of Severe Storms Meteor, 6(3), 1–48.
Three-dimensional wind syntheses from airborne dual-Doppler datasets obtained during the VORTEX project used to investigate the structure of vortex lines in supercell thunderstorms in the Markowski et al. (2008) study
Markowski, P. M., J. M. Straka, E. N. Rasmussen, R. P. Davies-Jones, Y. Richardson, and J. Trapp, 2008: Vortex lines within low-level mesocyclones obtained from pseudo-dual-Doppler radar observations. Mon. Wea. Rev., 136, 3513–3535.