||Sat Jan 27 14:17:19 2007
||Timothy Lang, Ben Johnson||Operations 27-28 Jan 2007||2110z - At CARE. Large chunk of loosely organized
precip to our NW, leading edge about 25-30
km out. Very light snow at site, associated
||Fri Jan 26 13:27:00 2007
||Timothy Lang, Ben Johnson||Operations 26-27 Jan 2007||2020z - On site to perform AMFR scanning,
starting around 2100z. AMFR staff on site.
Convair will take off by 2130z. Sonde launch
||Thu Jan 25 17:55:40 2007
||Timothy Lang, Ben Johnson||Operations 26 Jan 2007||0055z - On site to begin AMFR scanning on
snow streamers at 02z. McGill vertically
pointing X-band operational. Snow streamers
||Wed Jan 24 09:33:48 2007
||Gail Jackson, Tim Lang, Ben Johnson||Operations 24 Jan 2007||1630z On site in preparation for CARE overpass
operations. Sonde launch scheduled at 1715z.
||Tue Jan 23 11:16:45 2007
||Gail Jackson||AMSUB for Jan 21-22||I plotted the AMSUB overpass images for the
Jan 21-22, 2007 operating period and the
89, 150, and 183+/-7 GHz images show very
||Tue Jan 23 09:31:19 2007
||Gail Jackson, Tim Lang||Operations Jan 23, 2007||1600UTC Tim Lang, Gail Jackson, Peter R arrive
at trailer. Forecast and radar show light
snow precip north and west of CARE site.
||Sun Jan 21 19:12:08 2007
||Walt Petersen, Tim Lang, Gail Jackson||21-22 January Ops||02:00 Tim, Gail and Walt on site. Snowing
lightly. Preparing for CARE overpass mission.
Aircraft to be over CARE at ~0600z. This
||Sat Jan 20 09:15:46 2007
||Walt Petersen||20 January||15:30 Arrived CARE. Peter has been here
since 15:00. He has cleaned snow off the
HVSD and other instruments. CARE received
||Fri Jan 19 09:25:56 2007
||kyoko ikeda||2DVD note||Opened up the top at 1611 UTC. Disregard
the data around that time
||Fri Jan 19 06:54:12 2007
||Walt Petersen||19 January Ops||Sounding 1200 UTC
13:00 Snow all around CARE, just not at CARE.
||Thu Jan 18 09:17:56 2007
||Walt Petersen||18 January Log and IDL NOTES FROM PAUL HEIN||15:00 UTC Kyoko and I got to the site.
Waiting on new model run at 16:00 UTC to
||Wed Jan 17 12:57:15 2007
||Walt Petersen||17 January ||Down day. Weather subdued in more westerly-southwesterly
flow. Next good system looks to be in Thursday
night into Friday.
||Tue Jan 16 07:47:40 2007
||kyoko ikeda||time stamp chaned||Time stamps are in Toronto time (UTC-5 hrs).
||Mon Jan 15 10:07:25 2007
||kyoko ikeda||update||Snow has essentially stopped about 10 minutes
We've pointed the radar vertically after
||Mon Jan 15 09:05:35 2007
||kyoko ikeda||snow update||The cloud layer is thinning and snowfall rate
continues to decrease.
After a coulple of PPI+RHI combination, the
||Mon Jan 15 08:16:55 2007
||kyoko ikeda||AMFR scans||AMFR scan: finished vertical pointing in 10
min. Going back to PPI+RHI strategies.
Will be performing another vertical pointing
||Mon Jan 15 08:09:32 2007
||kyoko ikeda||AMFR vertical pointing||1000 UTC : AMFR did a vertical pointing.
The data showing an upper layer cloud and
a lower layer cloud with a dry layer between
||Mon Jan 15 07:55:11 2007
The King City radar showing the back edge
||Mon Jan 15 07:27:23 2007
||kyoko ikeda||update||Winds turning. The low-level winds are now
Changed radar directions to ENE.
||Mon Jan 15 05:50:27 2007
||kyoko ikeda||AMFR scans||PPI at 0.5 is too noisy so changed to 1.0
and 1.5 elevation angles.
RHIs in SW startig from 207deg at 0.5-deg