• Mosier, R. M., , Schumacher C. , , Orville R. D. , , and Carey L. D. , 2011: Radar nowcasting of cloud-to-ground lightning over Houston, Texas. Wea. Forecasting, 26, 199212.

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    CSI values as a result of the analysis of the entire dataset, from 1997 through 2006. Count represents the minimum number of times a cell must be tracked to be considered. Range represents the range a cell must be within to be considered.

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    As in Fig. 2, but for the POD values.

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    As in Fig. 2, but for the FAR values.

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    CSI values using the VII percentile values for the entire dataset (1997–2006) when considering only cells with a minimum track count of 2. (top) Data including cells within 150 km. (bottom) Data including only cells within 75 km.

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    As in Fig. 6, but for the POD values.

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    As in Fig. 6, but for the FAR values.

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    Average lead time for 1997–2006 (min) using the radar reflectivity method. Count represents the minimum number of times a cell must be tracked to be considered. Range represents the range a cell must be within to be considered.

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    Average lead time for 1997–2006 (min) using the VII percentile values for the entire dataset (1997–2006) when considering only cells with a minimum track count of 2 for data within (top) 150 and (bottom) 75 km.

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  • 1 Department of Atmospheric Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
  • | 2 Earth System Science Center, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, Alabama
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Current affiliation: NOAA/National Weather Service, Fort Worth, Texas.

Corresponding author address: Richard M. Mosier, NOAA/NWS, 3401 Northern Cross Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76137. E-mail: richard.mosier@noaa.gov

Current affiliation: NOAA/National Weather Service, Fort Worth, Texas.

Corresponding author address: Richard M. Mosier, NOAA/NWS, 3401 Northern Cross Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76137. E-mail: richard.mosier@noaa.gov

Due to a production error, Figs. 24 and Figs. 610 in Mosier et al. (2011) were incorrect. Older versions of the figures were published instead of the revised versions. The correct versions of these figures as they were meant to be published are shown below.

Fig. 2.
Fig. 2.

CSI values as a result of the analysis of the entire dataset, from 1997 through 2006. Count represents the minimum number of times a cell must be tracked to be considered. Range represents the range a cell must be within to be considered.

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Fig. 3.
Fig. 3.

As in Fig. 2, but for the POD values.

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Fig. 4.
Fig. 4.

As in Fig. 2, but for the FAR values.

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Fig. 6.
Fig. 6.

CSI values using the VII percentile values for the entire dataset (1997–2006) when considering only cells with a minimum track count of 2. (top) Data including cells within 150 km. (bottom) Data including only cells within 75 km.

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Fig. 7.
Fig. 7.

As in Fig. 6, but for the POD values.

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Fig. 8.
Fig. 8.

As in Fig. 6, but for the FAR values.

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Fig. 9.
Fig. 9.

Average lead time for 1997–2006 (min) using the radar reflectivity method. Count represents the minimum number of times a cell must be tracked to be considered. Range represents the range a cell must be within to be considered.

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Fig. 10.
Fig. 10.

Average lead time for 1997–2006 (min) using the VII percentile values for the entire dataset (1997–2006) when considering only cells with a minimum track count of 2 for data within (top) 150 and (bottom) 75 km.

Citation: Weather and Forecasting 26, 4; 10.1175/2011WAF-D-11-00049.1

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Mosier, R. M., , Schumacher C. , , Orville R. D. , , and Carey L. D. , 2011: Radar nowcasting of cloud-to-ground lightning over Houston, Texas. Wea. Forecasting, 26, 199212.

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