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Geary J. Layne

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Corresponding Articles: 3

Geary J. Layne authored and/or contributed to the following articles/publications.

An Impact-Based Verification Approach for the TFM Convective Forecast (TCF)

In 2016 and 2017, the Forecast Impact and Quality Assessment Section of NOAA/ESRL/GSD was funded by the NWS Aviation and Space Weather Services Branch to develop a verification tool for the TFM Convective Forecast, produced by the NWS Aviation Weather Center, to replace the verification capabilities originally provided by the Real Time Verificat...

Geary J. Layne
Institution National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - NOAA

Lead Time and Displacement Error for Thunderstorm Forecasts in Terminal and Jetway Domains

This report follows upon a previous quality assessment of the National Digital Forecast Database (NDFD) Thunderstorm Probability field. As before, the evaluation focuses on the onset and cessation of significant thunderstorm activity around 29 major U.S. airports and the ability of forecasts to accurately place thunderstorms in space and time. E...

Geary J. Layne

Quality Assessment of CoSPA

This report summarizes a formal quality assessment of CoSPA, a high-resolution convective forecast being developed for use in air traffic management. On behalf of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Aviation Weather Research Program, and in support of an Aviation Weather Technology Tran sfer (AWTT) D4 (operationa l) decision point, this study ...

Geary J. Layne
Institution National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - NOAA