HRRR

AcronymDefinition
HRRRHigh-Risk Rural Roads (state designated)
HRRRHollywood Rip Ride Rockit (roller coaster)
HRRRHeart Regular Rate and Rhythm
HRRRHigh Range Resolution Radar
HRRRHigh Resolution Rapid Refresh
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"We're blowing the pants off HRRR," said Luke Peffers, ClimaCell senior vice president.
The HRRR model is a real-time 3km resolution, hourly updated, cloud-resolving, convection-allowing atmospheric model.
As this weather system unfolded, high-resolution real-time data from the MRMS and HRRR models were extracted and ingested into advanced risk models to determine where damaging hail and high winds were actually occurring and to create the hail and tornado/wind intensity footprints.
For example, the HRRR modeling system is initialized and run each hour to 18 h with 3-km grid spacing using the WRF-ARW model.
The orographic response was likely further modulated by thermodynamic effects, as evidenced in composite vertical profiles of equivalent potential temperature and relative humidity from the NOAA operational High Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR; Benjamin et al.
6, which compares the diurnal distribution of convective available potential energy (CAPE) derived from the CLAMPS-1 AERI retrievals in the spring of 2016 to the 12-h forecasts from the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh model (HRRR; Benjamin et al.
However nowadays, radar tools like RadarScope are widely available and detailed mesoscale models like the HRRR can be viewed.
Then Now (early 1990s) Numerical LFM and NGM NAM, GFS, RAP, HRRR weather (includes convection- prediction allowing models) models Weather WSR-57 and WSR-88D, with dual polarization and radar WSR-74C Multiple Elevation Scan Option for Supplemental Adaptive Intra-Volume Low-Level Scan (MESO-SAILS) scanning strategy Weather First-generation Third-generation GOES-13 and satellites GOES-7; one GOES-15, with fourth-generation geostationary GOES-16 now operational; two satellite for the geostationary satellites for United States the United States Weather SAO formatting, METAR formatting, many automated observations manual stations stations; quality mesonets in some locations Table 2.
Some of the most commonly used aviation models are the RAP (Rapid Refresh), HRRR (High Resolution Rapid Refresh model), and NAM (North American Model).