MDL (TDL) Office Note Publications

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MDL Office Note 16-1: Verification of LAMP and MOS Forecasts of 10-m Wind Speed and Comparison to Values Retrieved from Analyses

MDL Office Note 15-1: The LAMP and HRRR ceiling height and visibility meld

MDL Office Note 15-2: Objective analysis of visibility and ceiling height observations and forecasts

MDL Office Note 14-1: On bias correcting MOS wind speed forecasts

MDL Office Note 13-1: A Comparison of Two Methods of Bias Correcting MOS Temperature and Dewpoint Forecasts

MDL Office Note 12-1: Bias correction of MOS temperature and dewpoint forecasts.

MDL Office Note 11-1: Deriving improved 6-H probabilistic QPFs (PQPFs) by blending two model-produced PQPFs: preliminary results.

MDL Office Note 06-1: Performance of three forecast systems at selected MOS and non-MOS stations

MDL Office Note 02-1: A methodology for evaluating and estimating performance metrics

MDL Office Note 02-2: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 24 (April 1995 - September 1995)

MDL Office Note 02-3: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 25 (October 1995 - March 1996)

MDL Office Note 02-4: Determining the effect of IFPS implementation on verification metrics

TDL Office Note 00-1: MOS-2000

TDL Office Note 00-2: Computer programs for MOS-2000

TDL Office Note 98-1: Packing of radar mosaics

TDL Office Note 98-3: Packing of individual radar products

TDL Office Note 97-1: Satellite, gridpoint, and vector data packing.

TDL Office Note 97-2: An algorithm to eliminate precipitation reports caused by surface condensation in AEV-ASOS data

TDL Office Note 97-3: AFOS- ERA verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--no. 23 (October 1994 - March 1995)

TDL Office Note 97-4: An overview of National Weather Service quantitative precipitation estimates

TDL Office Note 96-1: One-hour forecasts of radar-estimated rainfall by an extrapolative-statistical method

TDL Office Note 96-2: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 22 (April 1994 - September 1994)

TDL Office Note 96-3: An overview of NWS QPF products

TDL Office Note 96-4: Publications of members of the Techniques Development Laboratory

TDL Office Note 95-1: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 20 (April 1993 - September 1993)

TDL Office Note 95-2: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 21 (October 1993 - March 1994)

TDL Office Note 95-3: GRIB product sizes for AWIPS

TDL Office Note 94-1: An improved algorithm for determining the groups in GRIB second-order packing

TDL Office Note 94-2: Revised RADAP II archive data user's guide

TDL Office Note 93-1: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 18 (April 1992 - September 1992)

TDL Office Note 93-2: An analysis of some features of the GRIB code

TDL Office Note 93-3: Helicity characteristics in tornadic storm environments from hourly wind profiler data

TDL Office Note 93-4: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 19 (October 1992 - March                                   1993)

TDL Office Note 92-1: Plan for the development of advanced severe weather algorithms for NEXRAD/AWIPS sites

TDL Office Note 92-2: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 13 (October 1989 - March 1990)

TDL Office Note 92-3: The automated generation of wind phrases for the Interactive Computer Worded Forecast

TDL Office Note 92-4: The automated generation of cloud phrases for the Interactive Computer Worded Forecast

TDL Office Note 92-5: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 14 (April 1990 - September 1990)

TDL Office Note 92-6: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local avia- tion/public weather forecasts--No. 15 (October 1990 - March 1991)

TDL Office Note 92-7: A monthly precipitation amount climatology derived from published atlas maps: Development of a digital database

TDL Office Note 92-8: The automated generation of temperature phrases for the Interactive Computer Worded Forecast

TDL Office Note 92-9: The automated generation of precipitation phrases for the Interactive Computer Worded Forecast

TDL Office Note 92-10: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local avia- tion/public weather forecasts--No. 16 (April 1991 - September 1991)

TDL Office Note 92-11: On the packing of gridpoint data for efficient transmission

TDL Office Note 92-12: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 17 (October 1991 - March 1992)

TDL Office Note 92-13: An evaluation of satellite sky cover estimates to complement ASOS observations

TDL Office Note 92-14: The systematic interpolative radial search (SIRS) -- A method to compute gridpoint values from contours

TDL Office Note 92-15: An extrapolative-statistical method for forecasting radar reflectivity

TDL Office Note 91-1: Verification of 1-6 hour statistical weather forecasts

TDL Office Note 91-2: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 11 (October 1988 - March 1989)

TDL Office Note 91-3: On MOS and perfect prog for interpretive guidance

TDL Office Note 91-4: Using the wind profiler's range normalized returned power to monitor moisture changes

TDL Office Note 91-5: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 12 (April 1989 - September 1989)

TDL Office Note 91-6: The production and use of quantitative precipitation forecasts in the modernized NWS and TDL's role in their production

TDL Office Note 90-1: On the provision of 5-minute satellite data for AWIPS-90

TDL Office Note 90-2: A comparison of the observed and forecast frequencies of various precipitation amounts in the 1986, 1987, and 1988                                             versions of the Nested Grid Model

TDL Office Note 90-3: An evaluation of surface wind forecast equations based on a new wind speed predictand

TDL Office Note 89-1: Plan for the development and implementation of severe weather probability relationships at NEXRAD sites

TDL Office Note 89-2: RADAP II archive data user's guide

TDL Office Note 89-3: Wind profiler applications software development plan

TDL Office Note 89-4: A statistical comparison of the forecasts produced by the NGM and LFM for the cool season of 1987-88

TDL Office Note 89-5: Publications of members of the Techniques Development Laboratory, 1964-1989

TDL Office Note 89-6: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 10 (April 1988 - September 1988)

TDL Office Note 89-7: Simulation of AWIPS-90 technique processing load for a WFO

TDL Office Note 88-1: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 8 (April 1987 September 1987)

TDL Office Note 88-2: The national verification score archive

TDL Office Note 88-3: Results of a survey on the use of statistical guidance by field forecasters

TDL Office Note 88-4: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 9 (October 1987 - March 1988)

TDL Office Note 88-5: Characteristics of map projections and implications for AWIPS-90

TDL Office Note 87-1: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No.7 (October 1986 - March 1987)

TDL Office Note 87-2: Combining forecast periods in computer worded forecasts

TDL Office Note 87-3: Forecasting temperature, dew point, and maximum temperature, using the Local AFOS MOS Program (LAMP)

TDL Office Note 87-4: Forecast review, FORREV--Test report

TDL Office Note 87-5: Wind forecasts for the central United States from the local AFOS MOS program

TDL Office Note 87-6: Implementation plans for TDL's local application system

TDL Office Note 86-1: Remote Sensing - Upscale forecasting: A technical strategy for contributing to improved mesoscale forecasting

TDL Office Note 86-2: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 5 (October 1985 - March 1986)

TDL Office Note 86-3: Humidity and thunderstorm forecasting in computer worded forecasts

TDL Office Note 86-4: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 6 (April 1986 - September 1986)

TDL Office Note 86-5: Consistency checks for the fourth period MOS maximum/minimum temperature forecasts

TDL Office Note 85-1: Verification of objective snow amount guidance (October 1983 - March 1984)

TDL Office Note 85-2: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 2, (April 1984 - September 1984)

TDL Office Note 85-3: Development of an improved automated system for forecasting the probability of liquid precipitation type

TDL Office Note 85-4: Development of an experimental system to forecast precipitation using empirical orthogonal functions

TDL Office Note 85-5: Techniques used in the computer worded forecast for zones: Interpolation and combination

TDL Office Note 85-6: Testing MOS surface wind gust prediction equations

TDL Office Note 85-7: Development of medium range forecast equations for maximum/minimum temperature and probability of precipitation

TDL Office Note 85-8: Comparative verification between GEM and the official aviation Terminal Forecast (FT)

TDL Office Note 85-9: The National AFOS-era verification data processing system

TDL Office Note 85-10: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 3 (October 1984 - March 1985)

TDL Office Note 85-11: Characteristic subsynoptic features of the tornado environment as analyzed from surface observations and model                                                 forecasts

TDL Office Note 85-12: Applications of the MOS technique: A bib1iography--No. 4

TDL Office Note 85-13: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 4 (April 1985 - September 1985)

TDL Office Note 85-14: Extratropica1 storm surge forecast guidance for Southport, North Carolina

TDL Office Note 84-1: Experiments in the use of the Local AFOS MOS Program (LAMP) for forecasting precipitation type in the Washington, D.C.                                   WSFO forecast area

TDL Office Note 84-2: Comparison of LAMP and GEM wind forecasts

TDL Office Note 84-3: Verification of objective snow amount guidance (October 1982 - March 1983)

TDL Office Note 84-4: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 16 (April 1983 - September 1983)

TDL Office Note 84-5: The use of satellite moisture bogus data in MOS prediction equations

TDL Office Note 84-6: A field evaluation of the AFOS plotting program for manually digitized radar data

TDL Office Note 84-7: Model Output Statistics (MOS) forecast guidance for U.S. Air Force locations in Alaska

TDL Office Note 84-8: Single-point forecasts of wind-driven and tidal currents in San Pedro Channel

TDL Office Note 84-9: An in-house evaluation of computer worded forecasts for zones

TDL Office Note 84-10: Testing of objective guidance for Hawaii

TDL Office Note 84-11: Objective forecasts of some record-breaking minimum temperatures during December 1983

TDL Office Note 84-12: Models of gulf stream behavior: A literature survey

TDL Office Note 84-13: Computer worded high seas forecasts

TDL Office Note 84-14: Two case studies of MOS temperature forecast inconsistencies at Brownsville, Texas during the winter of 1983-1984

TDL Office Note 84-15: AFOS-era verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 1 (October 1983 - March 1984)

TDL Office Note 84-16: An investigation of MOS minimum temperature errors in North and South Dakota during December 1982

TDL Office Note 84-17: Application of the MOS technique: A bibliography--No. 3

TDL Office Note 83-1: Statistical wave forecast equations for a deepwater buoy location off the Washington-Oregon coast

TDL Office Note 83-2: Experimental automated wave forecasts for the Chesapeake Bay and lower Potomac River

TDL Office Note 83-3: The computer worded forecast: A field evaluation

TDL Office Note 83-4: A method for estimating waves at a nearshore buoy location off the Delaware-New Jersey coast

TDL Office Note 83-5: Development of a new automated system for forecasting surface winds in Alaska

TDL Office Note 83-6: Development of an improved automated system for forecasting the probability of frozen precipitation in Alaska

TDL Office Note 83-7: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 14 (April 1982 - September 1982)

TDL Office Note 83-8: Improved 6-, 12-, 18-, and 24-h extratropical storm surge forecast guidance for Boston, Mass.; New York, N.Y.; Norfolk,                                        Va.; and Charleston, S.C.

TDL Office Note 83-9: MOS support for military locations from the Techniques Development Laboratory

TDL Office Note 83-10: A comparative verification of GEM and MOS

TDL Office Note 83-11: Development of an improved automated system for forecasting cloud amount, ceiling height, visibility, and obstructions to                                       vision in Alaska

TDL Office Note 83-12: Development of automated Santa Ana forecast guidance-Phase I

TDL Office Note 83-13: Results of the field test of the AFOS-era forecast verification program

TDL Office Note 83-14: Development of LFM-based MOS temperature forecast equations for Alaska

TDL Office Note 83-15: Applications of the MOS technique: A bibliography--No. 2

TDL Office Note 83-16: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 15 (October 1982 - March 1983)

TDL Office Note 83-17: Improved 6-, 12-, 18-, and 24-h extratropical storm surge forecast guidance for Willets Point, N.Y.

TDL Office Note 83-18: Results of the AFOS monitoring and updating field tests

TDL Office Note 82-1: An evaluation of a modified speed enhancement technique for objective surface wind forecasting

TDL Office Note 82-2: Recent experiments in the use of model output statistics for forecasting snow amounts

TDL Office Note 82-3: Recent improvements in an automated system for forecasting precipitation type

TDL Office Note 82-4: A revised user's guide to COSMOS (Composite Oil Spill Model for Operational Services)

TDL Office Note 82-5: An updated comparison of surface winds on the Great Lakes as reported by buoys and ships

TDL Office Note 82-6: An evaluation of MOS maximum/minimum temperature forecasts for the eastern United States during two Arctic outbreaks

TDL Office Note 82-7: Further development and testing of an automated system to forecast snow amounts

TDL Office Note 82-8: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 12 (April 1981 - September 1981)

TDL Office Note 82-9: Development of an improved automated system for forecasting the probability of precipitation in Alaska

TDL Office Note 82-10: Applications of the MOS technique: A bib1iography--No. 1

TDL Office Note 82-11: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 13 (October 1981 - March 1982)

TDL Office Note 81-1: A user's guide to COSMOS (Composite Oil Spill Model for Operational Services)

TDL Office Note 81-2: Comparison of surface winds on the Great Lakes as reported by buoys and ships

TDL Office Note 81-3: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 9 (October 1979 - March 1980)

TDL Office Note 81-4: Chesapeake Bay wave forecasts

TDL Office Note 81-5: The experimental convective outlook (AC) chart: Comparative verification and preliminary evaluation

TDL Office Note 81-6: The usefulness of LFM boundary layer forecasts as predictors in objective surface wind forecasting

TDL Office Note 81-7: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 10 (April 1980 - September 1980)

TDL Office Note 81-8: A beta classification model

TDL Office Note 81-9: Six-to-twelve hour forecasting of meteorological fields using a pattern correlation model

TDL Office Note 81-10: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 11 (October 1980 - March 1981)

TDL Office Note 80-1: Improved beach erosion forecasts for the U.S. East Coast

TDL Office Note 80-2: Surface wind forecasting using generalized operator model output statistics

TDL Office Note 80-3: A comparison of objective models for deriving threshold probabilities to maximize the threat score

TDL Office Note 80-4: The use of a multivariate logit model for predicting quantitative precipitation

TDL Office Note 80-5: Specialized agricultural weather guidance for Kentucky

TDL Office Note 80-6: Verification of ocean wave forecasts by the singular and spectral methods

TDL Office Note 80-7: A new extratropical storm surge forecast equation for Charleston, South Carolina

TDL Office Note 80-8: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 8 (April 1979 - September 1979)

TDL Office Note 80-9: Verification of MOS, PE, and LFM quantitative precipitation forecasts for the 1979-80 cool season

TDL Office Note 79-1: Comparative verification of operational two to six hour objective forecasts and official NWS watches of severe local                                                 storms: An update

TDL Office Note 79-2: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts-¬No.5 (October 1977 - March 1978)

TDL Office Note 79-3: Development of LFM maximin and 3-hour1y temperature equations for the cool season

TDL Office Note 79-4: An objective scheme for including observed snow cover in the MOS temperature guidance

TDL Office Note 79-5: Extratropical storm surge forecast guidance for Ocean City, Md

TDL Office Note 79-6: Users guide for TDL's computer worded forecast program

TDL Office Note 79-7: An improved use of the logit model to transform predictors for precipitation type forecasting

TDL Office Note 79-8: Improved prediction of liquid precipitation type

TDL Office Note 79-9: Verification of great lakes MOS wind forecasts

TDL Office Note 79-10: Experimental forecasts of convective gust potential-Phase II

TDL Office Note 79-11: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/ public weather forecasts--No. 6 (April 1978 - September 1978)

TDL Office Note 79-12: Studies in the specification of precipitation type from observed upper-air soundings

TDL Office Note 79-13: Techniques Development Laboratory software standards

TDL Office Note 79-14: Experiments in the use of local surface and upper-air observations to update MOS precipitation type guidance

TDL Office Note 79-15: Specialized agricultural weather guidance for South Carolina

TDL Office Note 79-16: Development of objective maximum/minimum temperature forecast equations for Alaska

TDL Office Note 79-17: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 7 (October 1978 - March 1979)

TDL Office Note 79-18: Verification of automated east coast extratropical storm surge forecasts

TDL Office Note 79-19: A comparison of conditional and unconditional forecasts of the probability of precipitation amount

TDL Office Note 78-1: Techniques for foracasting trajectories and fates of ocean oil spills

TDL Office Note 78-2: Development and operational use of 3-hour temperature guidance

TDL Office Note 78-3: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 4 (April - September 1977)

TDL Office Note 78-4: On the use of LFM predictors in PE-based PoPA equations

TDL Office Note 78-5: Archiving the new manually-digitized radar data

TDL Office Note 78-6: Comparative verification of operational two to six hour objective forecasts and official NWS watches of severe local storms

TDL Office Note 78-7: Comparative verification on the operational 24-hr convective outlooks with the objective severe local storm guidance based                                       on model output statistics

TDL Office Note 78-8: Verification of forecasts made from the thunderstorm probability nomogram for Washington, D.C.

TDL Office Note 78-9: Specialized agriculture forecast guidance for Michigan and Indiana

TDL Office Note 78-10: Experimental rate of pan evaporation forecasts-- Phase II

TDL Office Note 78-11: Verification of MOS heavy snow forecasts for the 1977-78 winter season

TDL Office Note 78-12: Ground condensation guidance for Indiana and Michigan

TDL Office Note 78-13: Forecasting extratropical storm-related beach erosion along the U. S. east coast

TDL Office Note 78-14: A model for converting probability forecasts to categorical forecasts

TDL Office Note 78-15: An objective method for maximizing threat score

TDL Office Note 77-1: Automated prediction of surface winds in Alaska--No. 2

TDL Office Note 77-2: Verification of warm season PoPA categorical forecasts of precipitation amount

TDL Office Note 77-3: Two cases of inaccurate probability of frozen precipitation (PoF) forecasts

TDL Office Note 77-4: Testing and implementation of MOS maximin forecast equations derived from extended range PE fields

TDL Office Note 77-5: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 2 (April - September 1976)

TDL Office Note 77-6: Thunderstorm probability nomogram

TDL Office Note 77-7: Automated prediction of surface winds in Alaska--No. 3

TDL Office Note 77-8: Automated prediction of probability of precipitation (PoP) in Alaska--Summer season

TDL Office Note 77-9: Experimental forecasts of convective gust potential

TDL Office Note 77-10: An aid for reducing wind speeds over water to a standard level

TDL Office Note 77-11: Automated prediction of probability of precipitation (PoP) in Alaska--Fall season

TDL Office Note 77-12: Automated prediction of the conditional probability of frozen precipitation (PoF) for Alaska

TDL Office Note 77-13: Experimental rate of pan evaporation forecasts

TDL Office Note 77-14: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts--No. 3 (October 1976 - March 1977)

TDL Office Note 77-15: Automated prediction of surface winds in Alaska--No. 4

TDL Office Note 77-16: Experiments to improve the conditional probability of frozen precipitation (PoF) forecasts for the Eastern Region of the                                           National Weather Service

TDL Office Note 77-17: A graphical aid for forecasting the conditional probability of freezing rain

TDL Office Note 77-18: The use of Model Output Statistics (MOS) for predicting the probability of heavy snow

TDL Office Note 77-19: Tests on various predictor lists used in development of maximum/minimum forecast equations

TDL Office Note 77-20: Development of 0000 GMT cycle statistical 3-hr temperature forecast equations for the fall season

TDL Office Note 77-21: Verification of PoPA categorical forecasts of precipitation amount--Cool season

TDL Office Note 77-22: Development of objective 72-hr 0000 GMT cycle maximum temperature prediction equations for the summer and fall                                               seasons

TDL Office Note 76-1: Severe local storm relative frequency distributions for use in deriving severe thunderstorm forecast equations

TDL Office Note 76-2: Thunderstorm relative frequency distributions for use in deriving thunderstorm forecast equations

TDL Office Note 76-3: An on-station method for forecasting precipitation amount

TDL Office Note 76-4: Improving the bias in MOS ceiling and visibility forecasts

TDL Office Note 76-5: Verification of thunderstorm probability forecasts for the summer of 1975

TDL Office Note 76-6: Testing the LFM for PoP forecasting-summer season

TDL Office Note 76-7: Comparative verification of local and guidance surface wind forecasts--No. 4

TDL Office Note 76-8: Comparative verification of local and guidance cloud amount forecasts--No. 2

TDL Office Note 76-9: Verification of severe local storm conditional probability forecasts for 1975

TDL Office Note 76-10: Operational marine environmental prediction programs of the Techniques Development Laboratory

TDL Office Note 76-11: Comparative verification of guidance, local, and persistence forecasts of ceiling and visibility-No.1

TDL Office Note 76-12: Testing LFM-based statistical cloud prediction equations for the cool season

TDL Office Note 76-13: Comparative verification of guidance and local aviation/public weather forecasts No.1

TDL Office Note 76-14: Use of LFM data in PE-based maximin forecast equations

TDL Office Note 76-15: Automated prediction of surface winds in Alaska--No. 1

TDL Office Note 76-16: Climatology of surface temperatures of Lakes Superior, Huron, Erie and Ontario

TDL Office Note 76-17: Determination of an optimum number of predictors for probability of precipitation amount forecasting

TDL Office Note 76-18: Testing LFM- and PE-based statistical cloud prediction for the cool season

TDL Office Note 75-1: Comparative verification of local and guidance surface wind forecasts--No. 2.

TDL Office Note 75-2: Computer programs for the MOS development system IBM 360/195 version

TDL Office Note 75-3: Testing the LFM for PoP forecasting

TDL Office Note 75-4: Automated prediction of thunderstorms, drizzle, rain, and showers--No. 2

TDL Office Note 75-5: Forecasting surface wind direction using deviations from the PE boundary layer wind

TDL Office Note 75-6: Evaluation of computer-produced Lake Erie storm surge forecasts from September 1, 1974 through April 30, 1975

TDL Office Note 75-7: Comparative verification of local and guidance cloud amount forecasts--No. 1.

TDL Office Note 75-8: Simple properties of chapeau functions and their application to the solution of the advection equation

TDL Office Note 75-9: Comparative verification of local and guidance surface wind forecasts--No. 3

TDL Office Note 75-10: Current status of probability of precipitation amount (POPA) forecasting

TDL Office Note 74-1: Objective forecasts of severe thunderstorms from observed surface predictors

TDL Office Note 74-2: A brief study of wind gust factors

TDL Office Note 74-3: The use of model output statistics in automated prediction of surface winds--No. 2

TDL Office Note 74-4: Operational temperature forecasting by means of model output statistics

TDL Office Note 74-5: A forecast aid for extratropical storm surge at Minnesott Beach, North Carolina

TDL Office Note 74-6: Comparative capabilities of current radiosonde and satellites in determining geopotential heights and their space                                                   derivatives at 300 mb

TDL Office Note 74-7: Automated prediction of thunderstorms, drizzle, rain, and showers

TDL Office Note 74-8: Comparative verification of SUM, PE, and LFM models for the winter season 1973-1974

TDL Office Note 74-9: A forecast aid for extratropical storm surges at Washington, North Carolina

TDL Office Note 74-10: Evaluation of computer-produced Lake Erie storm surge forecasts from September 1, 1973 through April 30, 1974

TDL Office Note 74-11: Comparative verification of guidance and local forecasts of precipitation type

TDL Office Note 74-12: Comparative verification of local and guidance surface wind forecasts--No. 1

TDL Office Note 74-13: New MOS temperature forecast equations based on winter 1969-1974 data

TDL Office Note 74-14: The TDL MOS development system IBM 360/195 version

TDL Office Note 73-1: An objective cloud forecasting system

TDL Office Note 73-2: Application of modified Lake Erie storm surge program to 1972-1973 surge cases

TDL Office Note 73-3: Use of model output statistics for automated prediction of max/min temperatures

TDL Office Note 73-4: Use of model output statistics in automated prediction of surface winds

TDL Office Note 73-5: The TDL MOS development system CDC 6600 version

TDL Office Note 73-6: Archiving of manually digitized radar data

TDL Office Note 73-7: Comparative capabilities of current radiosondes and satellites in determining geopotential heights and their space                                                 deriviative at 300 mb