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SW Climate Podcast - Mini-Video Podcast on Tropical Storm Climatology

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

 

Next up in our new series featuring video mini-segments from the podcast.  This segment comes from the September 2014 SW Climate Podcast - and covers Tropical Storm Climatology in the Southwest.

Mike Crimmins and Zack Guido talk about tropical storm climatology in the southwest, and the various patterns that affect the path of these storms over the season.

Taken from the CLIMAS Southwest Climate Podcast

  • Mike Crimmins - CLIMAS: Climate Assessment for the Southwest & University of Arizona Cooperative Extension
  • Zack Guido - University of AZ International Research and Application Program (IRAP)
  • Ben McMahan - CLIMAS: Climate Assessment for the Southwest
  • Emily Huddleston - CLIMAS: Climate Assessment for the Southwest

Image Credits (in order of appearance)

  • Tropical Storm Point of Origin by Date - Source: NOAA
  • TS Storm Damage - Source: Wikipedia Commons
  • Norbert 2014 Sequence - NASA Worldview Portal
  • TS Storm Frequency - NOAA
  • 2014 Pacific Tropical Storm Tracks - National Weather Service
  • Typical Arizona Cyclone Pattern - National Weather Service Tucson Office
  • Southern Arizona Track Composite - National Weather Service Tucson Office
  • Hurricane Amanda May 26, 2014 - NASA Worldview Portal
  • Genevieve, Iselle, Julio 2014 - NOAA
  • Iselle & Julio - The Weather Channel
  • Iselle Tracker - USA Today
  • Retreat of the Monsoon Ridge - NCEP/NCAR

Academic Credits

  • Ritchie E.A. & K.M. Wood (2011).  The Influence of Eastern Pacific Tropical Cyclone Remnants on the Southwestern United States.  Monthly Weather Review 139, 192-210.

If you have a question you'd like answered, you can email Zack Guido (zguido@email.arizona.edu) or Ben McMahan (bmcmahan@email.arizona.edu) with "CLIMAS Podcast Question" in the subject line.  You can also tweet us @CLIMAS_UA or post a question on facebook