Thomas J. Galarneau
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NOAA's second-generation global medium-range ensemble reforecast dataset
TM Hamill, GT Bates, JS Whitaker, DR Murray, M Fiorino, TJ Galarneau Jr, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94 (10), 1553-1565, 2013
An evaluation of the worldwide lightning location network (WWLLN) using the national lightning detection network (NLDN) as ground truth
SF Abarca, KL Corbosiero, TJ Galarneau Jr
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 115 (D18), 2010
Predecessor rain events ahead of tropical cyclones
TJ Galarneau Jr, LF Bosart, RS Schumacher
Monthly Weather Review 138 (8), 3272-3297, 2010
Intensification of Hurricane Sandy (2012) through extratropical warm core seclusion
TJ Galarneau Jr, CA Davis, MA Shapiro
Monthly Weather Review 141 (12), 4296-4321, 2013
A multiscale analysis of the extreme weather events over western Russia and northern Pakistan during July 2010
TJ Galarneau Jr, TM Hamill, RM Dole, J Perlwitz
Monthly Weather Review 140 (5), 1639-1664, 2012
Climatology of tropical cyclogenesis in the North Atlantic (1948–2004)
R McTaggart-Cowan, GD Deane, LF Bosart, CA Davis, TJ Galarneau Jr
Monthly Weather Review 136 (4), 1284-1304, 2008
The extratropical transition of tropical cyclones. Part I: Cyclone evolution and direct impacts
C Evans, KM Wood, SD Aberson, HM Archambault, SM Milrad, LF Bosart, ...
Monthly Weather Review 145 (11), 4317-4344, 2017
A Global Climatology of Baroclinically Influenced Tropical Cyclogenesis
R McTaggart-Cowan, TJ Galarneau Jr, LF Bosart, RW Moore, O Martius
Monthly Weather Review 141 (6), 1963-1989, 2013
Defining “Atmospheric River”: How the Glossary of Meteorology Helped Resolve a Debate
FM Ralph, MD Dettinger, MM Cairns, TJ Galarneau, J Eylander
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 99 (4), 837-839, 2018
The mesoscale predictability experiment (MPEX)
ML Weisman, RJ Trapp, GS Romine, C Davis, R Torn, M Baldwin, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (12), 2127-2149, 2015
The vertical structure of mesoscale convective vortices
CA Davis, TJ Galarneau Jr
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 66 (3), 686-704, 2009
Diagnosing forecast errors in tropical cyclone motion
TJ Galarneau Jr, CA Davis
Monthly weather review 141 (2), 405-430, 2013
Distant effects of a recurving tropical cyclone on rainfall in a midlatitude convective system: A high-impact predecessor rain event
RS Schumacher, TJ Galarneau Jr, LF Bosart
Monthly weather review 139 (2), 650-667, 2011
A multiscale examination of the 31 May 1998 Mechanicville, New York, tornado
KD LaPenta, LF Bosart, TJ Galarneau Jr, MJ Dickinson
Weather and forecasting 20 (4), 494-516, 2005
Sensitivity in the overland reintensification of Tropical Cyclone Erin (2007) to near-surface soil moisture characteristics
C Evans, RS Schumacher, TJ Galarneau Jr
Monthly weather review 139 (12), 3848-3870, 2011
Revisiting the 26.5° C sea surface temperature threshold for tropical cyclone development
R McTaggart-Cowan, EL Davies, JG Fairman Jr, TJ Galarneau Jr, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (11), 1929-1943, 2015
Petascale WRF simulation of hurricane sandy: Deployment of NCSA's cray XE6 blue waters
P Johnsen, M Straka, M Shapiro, A Norton, T Galarneau
SC'13: Proceedings of the International Conference on High Performance …, 2013
Development of North Atlantic tropical disturbances near upper-level potential vorticity streamers
TJ Galarneau Jr., R McTaggart-Cowan, LF Bosart, CA Davis
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 72 (2), 572-597, 2015
An analysis of multiple predecessor rain events ahead of Tropical Cyclones Ike and Lowell: 10–15 September 2008
LF Bosart, JM Cordeira, TJ Galarneau Jr, BJ Moore, HM Archambault
Monthly weather review 140 (4), 1081-1107, 2012
The extratropical transition of tropical cyclones. Part II: Interaction with the midlatitude flow, downstream impacts, and implications for predictability
JH Keller, CM Grams, M Riemer, HM Archambault, L Bosart, JD Doyle, ...
Monthly Weather Review 147 (4), 1077-1106, 2019
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