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The Capture of Tropical Cyclones by Cold Fronts off the West Coast of Australia

The Capture of Tropical Cyclones by Cold Fronts off the West Coast of Australia,10.1175/1520-0434(1994)009<0577:TCOTCB>2.0.CO;2,Weather and Forecastin

The Capture of Tropical Cyclones by Cold Fronts off the West Coast of Australia   (Citations: 29)
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Journal: Weather and Forecasting - WEATHER FORECAST , vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 577-592, 1994
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    • ...Considerable characteristics associated with ET have been revealed (Klein et al., 2000; Harr and Elsberry, 2000a, 2000b; Hart and Evans, 2001; Foley and Hanstrum, 1994; Ritchie and Elsberry, 2000; Sinclair, 2002)...
    • ...In the studies of Sekioka (1956, 1970), Matano (1958), Matano and Sekioka (1971), and Brand and Guard (1979), it has been proposed that a typhoon will not transit into an extratropical cyclone, which will decay and dissipate, until a cold front invades into it. A study of ET processes that have affected Australia (Foley and Hanstrum, 1994) shows that the airflows and weather during ET are closely associated with the capture of a tropical ...

    Peijun Zhuet al. A Study of the extratropical transformation of typhoon Winnie (1997)

    • ...Prior studies of ET (DiMego and Bosart 1982; Sinclair 1993; Foley and Hanstrum 1994; Harr and Elsberry 2000; Harr et al. 2000) have described reintensification of the transformed tropical cyclone in terms of Type-B development, following Petterssen and Smebye (1971)...
    • ...The strong midlatitude-trough-case simulation is similar to a class of extratropical transitions defined originally by Matuno and Sekioka (1971) as a ‘‘compound transition,’’ and more recently by Foley and Hanstrum (1994) and Klein (2000) as a ‘‘merger’’ between the tropical cyclone and surface cyclone associated with the upper-level trough...

    Elizabeth A. Ritchieet al. Simulations of the Extratropical Transition of Tropical Cyclones: Cont...

    • ...ture. Later, the critical role of upper-tropospheric divergence and positive vorticity advection (PVA) in the extratropical reintensification of tropical cyclones was identified and discussed in several papers (DiMego and Bosart 1982; Sinclair 1993; Foley and Hanstrum 1994; Klein 1997; Harr et al. 2000), thus illustrating the threedimensional character of ET. In the case of Hurricane David, Bosart and Lackmann (1995) described how the ...

    Peter M. Kleinet al. Extratropical Transition of Western North Pacific Tropical Cyclones: A...

    • ...Although these storms do not have the intense inner-core winds of typhoons, the large extent of asymmetrically distributed gale force winds and precipitation, variability in intensity, and the rapid forward motion of these storms make them a significant forecast challenge (Foley and Hanstrum 1994)...
    • ...Sinclair 1993; Foley and Hanstrum 1994; Bosart and Lackmann 1995; Browning et al. 1998) have demonstrated that considerable variability may exist depending on the nature of both the tropical cyclone and the largescale environment it is embedded within...
    • ...This simulated wind structure is similar to observations of extratropical transitioning storms in both the Atlantic Ocean (Abraham et al. 1999) and Australian regions (Foley and Hanstrum 1994) where the damaging winds are to the right of track and the heavy precipitation is to the left of track...

    ELIZABETH A. RITCHIEet al. Simulations of the Transformation Stage of the Extratropical Transitio...

    • ...Tropical Storm Janis in 1995), and bush fires (Foley and Hanstrum 1994)...

    Sarah C. Joneset al. EXTRATROPICAL TRANSITION AND THORPEX

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