The 12-13 March 2006 Severe Weather Outbreak over the Southwest Missouri Ozarks John P. Gagan and Gino Izzi


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The 12-13 March 2006 Severe Weather Outbreak over the Southwest Missouri Ozarks

  • John P. Gagan and Gino Izzi

  • NWS Springfield, MO


Damage Assesment

  • Number of tornadoes – 13

    • 3 F0’s, 4 F1’s, 3 F2’s, 3 F3’s
  • Casualties

    • 2 Deaths
    • 50 Injuries
  • Housing Damage

    • 202 Houses Destroyed
    • Additional 368 Houses Damaged
  • $60+ million in damage























Overview

  • “Classic” synoptic set-up

    • Longwave trough over western CONUS
    • Very strong shortwave trough (neutral tilt)
    • Very energetic (140kt ULJ core, 45kt LLJ)
  • Mesoscale tricky

    • Ideal situation for supercells with Large Hail/Damaging Winds
    • Tornado risk initially uncertain
      • Initially high LCLs @ 00 UTC
      • Initially high surface Td Depressions (15F)
      • These parameters RAPIDLY changed by 02 UTC
      • Further research to be presented at AMS SLS










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