Beta test and development of a prototype dynamical model track prediction evaluation system model for the Atlantic
Boothe, Mark A.
Elsberry, Russell L.
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The U. S. Weather Research Program Hurricane Landfall has sponsored the Joint Hurricane Testbed program to facilitate a transition of research toward operations at the Tropical Prediction Center/National Hurricane Center (NHC). This paper describes the first-year effort during the 2001 hurricane season for producing a dynamical model expert system module for evaluating tropical cyclone track predictions in the Atlantic. This project is to adapt for use in the Atlantic a similar expert system for the western North Pacific that has been used successfully at the Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Hawaii.
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