Research

Boyd, B., 1989: Heavy fog at Nashville, TN. Technical Attachment SR/SSD 89-40.

Boyd, B., 1997: El Niño of 1982-83 and Nashville, Tennessee's winter temperature and precipitation. Local study.

Boyd, B., 2000: History of the National Weather Service in Nashville, Tennessee. Local study.

Carcione, B., 2001: Behind the scenes: a summer at the National Weather Service. Semester Paper.

Gordon, J., 1997: A comprehensive winter weather forecast checklist. CR Applied Research Paper 18-08.

Gordon, J., B. Boyd, M. Rose, and J. Wright, 1999: The forgotten F5: the Lawrence County supercell during the middle Tennessee tornado outbreak of April 16, 1998. Nat'l. Wea. Assoc. 24th Annual Meeting, Biloxi, MS.

Gordon, J., and D. Albert, 2000: A comprehensive severe weather forecast checklist and reference guide. NOAA Technical Service Publication, TSP-10, NWS Central Region.

Gordon, J., B. Boyd, M. Rose, and J. Wright, 2000: The forgotten F5: the Lawrence County supercell during the middle Tennessee tornado outbreak of April 16, 1998. Nat'l. Wea. Digest, 24:4, 3-10.

Gordon, J., B. Boyd, M. Rose, and J. Wright, 2001: The forgotten F5: the Lawrence County supercell during the middle Tennessee tornado outbreak of April 16, 1998. Emergency Information Infrastructure Partnership Virtual Library Presentation.

Gordon, J., 2001: A quick reference guide for operational forecasting papers. Electronic Journal of Operational Meteorology, 2001-FTT1.

Goss, S., M. Richards, and S. White, 1997: A case study of a well-defined bow-echo event. Nat'l. Wea. Digest, 21:4, 23-29.

Massie, D. and M. Rose, 1997: Predicting daily maximum temperatures using linear regression and Eta geopotential thickness forecasts. Wea. Forecasting, 12, 799-807.

Murphy, M. and H. Steigerwaldt, 2002: Observations associated with Tropical Storm Isidore in middle Tennessee. Technical Attachment SR/SSD 2002-37.

Nunn, R., 1921: Tornadoes, with special reference to those that have occurred in Tennessee. Tennessee Academy of Science, Annual Address.

Nunn, R., 1922: Records of tornadoes in Tennessee, 1808-1921. Mon. Wea. Rev., 50, 485-486.

Pence, K. and H. Steigerwaldt, 1997: Summary of the OSF Warning Decision-Making Workshop "To Warn or not to Warn". Technical Attachment SR/SSD 97-16.

Richards, M. and T. Troutman, 1995: On the importance of using base spectrum width during wind events. NOAA Tech. Memo. NWS SR-170.

Rose, M. and T. Troutman, 1996: Can the comparative use of multiple Z-R relationships during similar precipitation events lead to improved WSR-88D rainfall estimates? Fifth National Heavy Precipitation Workshop, State College, PA.

Rose, M., 1996: Downbursts. Nat'l. Wea. Digest, 21:1, 21-25.

Rose, M. and T. Troutman, 1998: Vertically integrated liquid density as an indicator of hail size. Local Study.

Rose, M. and T. Troutman, 1998: An analysis of five springtime derechos. Preprints, 19th Conf. on Severe Local Storms, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Minneapolis, MN.

Rose, M., 1999: Some helpful hints about the console replacement system (CRS). Technical Attachment SR/SOD 99-1.

Rose, M., T. Troutman, and S. Ware, 1999: Using climatologically favored thicknesses in forecasting heavy precipitation. Technical Attachment SR/SSD 99-24.

Rose, M., 1999: Predicting daily maximum temperatures using linear regression and geopotential thickness forecasts. Local study.

Rose, M., 2000: Using 1000-925 mb thicknesses in forecasting minimum temperatures at Nashville, Tennessee. Technical Attachment SR/SSD 2000-25.

Rose, M., S. Dickson, and D. Massie, 2001: Extended forecast verification at the Weather Forecast Office at Nashville, Tennessee. National Weather Association Electronic Journal of Operational Meteorology, 2001-EJ2.

Rose, M. and B. Boyd, 2001: WSR-88D review of a downburst-producing thunderstorm induced by a westward-moving outflow boundary. National Weather Association Electronic Journal of Operational Meteorology, 2001-EJ4.

Rose, M., ed., 2002: Articles, correspondence, and photographs of the Nashville tornado of March 14, 1933.

Rose, M., 2002: Red Boiling Springs flood of June 23, 1969. National Weather Association Electronic Journal of Operational Meteorology, 2002-EJ4.

Rose, M., 2003: The Nashville ice storm of 1951. National Weather Association Electronic Journal of Operational Meteorology, 2003-EJ2.

Rose, M. and T. Troutman, 2003: Developing a local outreach program. Technical Attachment SR/SSD 2003-15.

Rose, M., 2003: The Nashville tornado of March 14, 1933. Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Volume LXII, Number 3, 264-273.

Rose, M., 2004: A Tornado Climatology of Middle Tennessee (1830-2003). National Weather Association Electronic Journal of Operational Meteorology, 2004-EJ4.

Rose, M., 2006: An Analysis of Aviation Verification Statistics for WFO Nashville. Technical Attachment SR/SSD 2006-06.

Rose, M., and D. Massie, 2009: Distinguishing Effects of El Nino Southern Oscillation from Natural Short-term Climate Variability: A Case Study. NOAA Tech. Memo. NWS SR-231.

Rose, M., and T. Troutman, 2014: The New Year’s Day Snowstorm of 1964 and How It Affected the Tennessee Valley. Local Study.

Sharp, W., 1997: Review of Eta PC-GRIDDS products for the severe weather event of May 18, 1995. Technical Attachment SR/SSD 97-17.

Spoden, P., T. Troutman, S. Boyette, D. Humphrey, P. Witsaman, and J. Wright, 1998: Observations of the 17 June 1997 tornadoes. Preprints, 19th Conference on Severe Local Storms, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Minneapolis, MN.

Steigerwaldt, H., 1998: The role of dynamic cooling in the snowstorm on the eastern Highland Rim and Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee. Technical Attachment SR/SSD 98-10.

Troutman, T., 1995: Quick-warn - an effective NWR warning technique. Technical Attachment SR/SSD 95-45.

Troutman, T. and M. Rose, 1995: An underestimation of WSR-88D storm total precipitation during the Hurricane Erin and Opal heavy rain events. Local study.

Troutman, T. and J. Orchanian, 1996: NWSO Nashville spotter training severe weather test. Technical Attachment SR/SSD 96-30.

Troutman, T. and M. Rose, 1997: An examination of VIL and echo top associated with large hail in middle Tennessee. Technical Attachment SR/SSD 97-15.

Troutman, T. and M. Rose, 1997: A severe weather climatology for the county warning area of the National Weather Service Office Nashville, Tennessee. NOAA Tech. Memo. NWS SR-190.

Troutman, T. and M. Rose, 1997: An examination of VIL and echo top associated with large hail in middle Tennessee. Preprints, 28th Conf. on Radar Meteor., Amer. Meteor. Soc., Austin, TX.

Troutman, T. and M. Rose, 1999: A precipitation climatology for the hydrologic service area of NWSO Nashville, Tennessee. NOAA Tech. Memo. NWS SR-202.

Troutman, T., T. Marshall, and M. Rose, 2000: A comparison of WSR-88D radar velocity signatures to tornado damage for the April 16, 1998 tornado outbreak in middle Tennessee. Symposium on the Mystery of Severe Storms, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Long Beach, CA.

Troutman, T., M. Rose, and L. Trapasso, 2000: Utilizing established techniques in forecasting the potential for derecho development. Preprints, 20th Conference on Severe Local Storms, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Orlando, FL.

Troutman, T., D. Elson, and M. Rose, 2000: A severe weather threats checklist to determine pre-storm environment. Preprints, 20th Conference on Severe Local Storms, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Orlando, FL.

Troutman, T., M. Rose, L. Trapasso, and S. Foster, 2001: A comprehensive heavy precipitation climatology for Middle Tennessee. National Weather Association Electronic Journal of Operational Meteorology, 2001-EJ1.

Troutman, T., R. Smith, and M. Rose, 2001: Situation specific call-to-action statements. Nat'l. Wea. Assoc. 26th Annual Meeting, Spokane, WA.

Troutman, T., R. Smith, and M. Rose, 2001: Situation specific call-to-action statements. NOAA Tech. Memo. NWS SR-215.


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