Skip to Main Content
Table 1.

Correlation coefficients between the satellite image temperature counts/values and coincident aircraft reconnaissance MSLP measurements for the average IRW cloud-top brightness temperature measurement (first row) and combined cloud-top brightness temperature and cloud symmetry value (second row) between 0 and 136 km from the storm center position, the derived pixel count of the IR-WV channel brightness temperature difference <0°C (third row), and for all three components combined through linear regression (fourth row) for the five 6-h lag periods between 0 and 24 h, inclusive.

Correlation coefficients between the satellite image temperature counts/values and coincident aircraft reconnaissance MSLP measurements for the average IRW cloud-top brightness temperature measurement (first row) and combined cloud-top brightness temperature and cloud symmetry value (second row) between 0 and 136 km from the storm center position, the derived pixel count of the IR-WV channel brightness temperature difference <0°C (third row), and for all three components combined through linear regression (fourth row) for the five 6-h lag periods between 0 and 24 h, inclusive.
Correlation coefficients between the satellite image temperature counts/values and coincident aircraft reconnaissance MSLP measurements for the average IRW cloud-top brightness temperature measurement (first row) and combined cloud-top brightness temperature and cloud symmetry value (second row) between 0 and 136 km from the storm center position, the derived pixel count of the IR-WV channel brightness temperature difference <0°C (third row), and for all three components combined through linear regression (fourth row) for the five 6-h lag periods between 0 and 24 h, inclusive.
Close Modal

or Create an Account

Close Modal
Close Modal