Kimberly Hoogewind
Kimberly Hoogewind
Cooperative Institute for Severe and High-Impact Weather Research and Operations
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Severe convective storms across Europe and the United States. Part II: ERA5 environments associated with lightning, large hail, severe wind, and tornadoes
M Taszarek, JT Allen, T Púčik, KA Hoogewind, HE Brooks
Journal of Climate 33 (23), 10263-10286, 2020
The impact of climate change on hazardous convective weather in the United States: Insight from high-resolution dynamical downscaling
KA Hoogewind, ME Baldwin, RJ Trapp
Journal of Climate 30 (24), 10081-10100, 2017
The realization of extreme tornadic storm events under future anthropogenic climate change
RJ Trapp, KA Hoogewind
Journal of Climate 29 (14), 5251-5265, 2016
Future changes in hail occurrence in the United States determined through convection-permitting dynamical downscaling
RJ Trapp, KA Hoogewind, S Lasher-Trapp
Journal of Climate 32 (17), 5493-5509, 2019
A real-time, simulated forecasting experiment for advancing the prediction of hazardous convective weather
AJ Clark, IL Jirak, BT Gallo, B Roberts, KH Knopfmeier, RA Clark, J Vancil, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 101 (11), E2022-E2024, 2020
Exploring controls on tropical cyclone count through the geography of environmental favorability
KA Hoogewind, DR Chavas, BA Schenkel, ME O’Neill
Journal of Climate 33 (5), 1725-1745, 2020
Exploring a possible connection between US tornado activity and Arctic sea ice
RJ Trapp, KA Hoogewind
npj Climate and Atmospheric Science 1 (1), 14, 2018
Assessing systematic impacts of PBL schemes on storm evolution in the NOAA Warn-on-Forecast System
CK Potvin, PS Skinner, KA Hoogewind, MC Coniglio, JA Gibbs, AJ Clark, ...
Monthly Weather Review 148 (6), 2567-2590, 2020
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